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Discipline for Toddlers: How I Learned To Say No Without Saying No!

When it comes to discipline for toddlers, things can get out of control pretty quickly. Parents and their children often butt heads, and it is how parent’s mange power struggles that will make or break the situation. Simply screaming no at your kids will not do the trick; at least not after it has been done a hundred times per day. No will stop being effective and can be damaging to your child’s development. So, welcome to toddler discipline 101: learning how to say “No” without saying “No”. NO is a word that is filled with power. Many parents are quick to say it simply because it is easier to say then to give a real reason or have an honest conversation with their child. (Yes, you can have honest conversations with your toddler!) They will hear you say NO quite often. Do not get me wrong. This is not always […]

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Terrible Twos Help: 2 Simple Reasons Why They Do Silly Things!

Needing a little terrible twos help? You’re not alone. It can be very disheartening when your loving little infant son who used to delight in nothing more than snuggling in your arms and sucking on his pacifier becomes a mean, demanding, tornado-making, bite provoking, Blue’s Clue’s watching tyrant. From pouring all the macaroni down the living room vent to sticking your older kids Legos up his nose, once your toddler hits two it seems like it becomes one difficult task to tackle after the other. Chances are if you have a child that has just entered his twos then you have already had to call your husband at work in a frantic tizzy saying “Where are the pliers? There’s a pea stuck in Luke’s nose!” or had to call up your mother instead to plead “Please, pretty, pretty please come and get this kid!” Anyone who has ever gone through […]

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