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Mad's Not Bad

Mad's Not Bad

Tune into the mad. It’s OK to feel mad! Yes, even you, you brilliant parent. Stuffing down that anger is going to bring out an explosion later on.
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A Toddler's Tantrum

A Toddler's Tantrum

Please hear this: Your toddler's tantrum says NOTHING about you as a parent. YOU are doing great. And YOU did not mess this whole parenting thing up. BYE GUILT!
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Postpartum Advice

Postpartum Advice

If I could go back and give myself just ⁣
10 words of postpartum advice, it would be...⁣
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The Motherhood Lens

The Motherhood Lens

We have all created our own lens of motherhood. We have internalized an ideal or figure of who we think a good mom is, and we try too hard to become her. ⁣
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Normalizing

Normalizing

We are OUT with the old school way of parenting: children being seen not heard, blind obedience, listening to authority OR ELSE. This often leads to 1 of 2 outcomes.
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Instead of 'You're Okay'

Instead of 'You're Okay'

Empathy is the willingness to walk in another person’s shoes, for the purpose of better understanding that person’s point of view. You can tell when a person lacks empathy, because they are often self-centered, they struggle to see the world outside of their own perspective, and they are dismissive of another’s feelings.
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Growing Is a Process

Growing Is a Process

Just a reminder that growing into a healthy and mature human is a process (& something that none of us have arrived at).
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Doing The Best You Can

Doing The Best You Can

This is my favorite mantra of all time. “I did the best I could with the info I had at the time.” I used it before parenthood and it’s even more applicable now. Moms and dads—we don’t know what we don’t know.
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All I Do As a Mom

All I Do As a Mom

Today I had a to do list a mile long and there was no space/time for tidying mess, sorting clothes, and cleaning the house.⁣⁣
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Reminder!

Reminder!

When you meet physical displays with a big "NO!!!! GET IN YOUR ROOM" or any other type of BIG reaction, we're actually accidentally giving attention to the undesired behavior.
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Problem Vs Solution

Problem Vs Solution

The words and language that we use as both educators and parents to talk about the children in our lives, be it our own children or students, has an impact on how we relate to them, care for them, and even the interventions we choose to use with them.
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What to Do About Your Toddler's Whining

What to Do About Your Toddler's Whining

Whining is developmental. Young children can't independently regulate their big feelings and often lack self-control and advanced self-direction skills.
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