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Indoor Full Body Play Ideas

Indoor Full Body Play Ideas

Just in time for the weekend! 😆 Let’s talk EASY indoor play activities to add into your toddler or preschooler’s routine. I’m a big fan of using household objects for simple activities - nothing fancy required!
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No Such Thing As a Bad Child

No Such Thing As a Bad Child

Children are excellent mirrors of the people and environments around them. When a child displays an unwanted behavior, let’s pause and ask ourselves why is this behavior happening? And why now?⁣⁣
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Kids Who Need the Most Love

Kids Who Need the Most Love

Children misbehave most when they crave attention, emotional connection, autonomy, and a sense of personal power. When children misbehave, they are using their behavior to communicate unmet needs.
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The Power of Routines

The Power of Routines

Routines for children are SO powerful (like, I’m obsessed 😝), but often times we don’t really think about why 🤷‍♀️ Well, here you have it my friends... the top reasons why!
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8 Things to Try Before Yelling

8 Things to Try Before Yelling

If we are prone to yelling and our child is not responding, it’s possible they’ve developed a defense against it in order to protect themselves. If there is no imminent danger, before you yell pause & notice what you're experiencing.⁣⁣
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Ways to Shift a Toddler's Mood

Ways to Shift a Toddler's Mood

Toddlers experience a rollercoaster of emotions just like grown ups, and that’s ok! We all wake up on the wrong side of the toddler bed sometimes. If you’ve determined they are fed, rested, and otherwise healthy, then here’s a list of things you can do to shift the mood.
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Things Not Mentioned About Motherhood

Things Not Mentioned About Motherhood

I asked this question in stories and these themes emerged in the thousands of responses I received. ⁣
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Tips For Reading With Toddlers

Tips For Reading With Toddlers

Getting face to face is not always possible, but when you can, you’ll be able to connect with your child through eye contact and facial expressions and you can see/hear each other’s messages better.
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Early Years Matter

Early Years Matter

Children who grow up in safe, stable and nurturing environments full of positive interaction with caring adults, have healthier brain development.
This leads to higher levels of health & success later in life.
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Listen to Your Child

Listen to Your Child

If we want our kids to trust their bodies and for others to hear when they establish a boundary about their body, it starts with us. Let’s hear them, listen, and respect their requests.
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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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