Month: June 2019

Why is my kid swearing?

Have you ever asked your child to do something simple, like pack their toys away before dinner? For a second they stare back and you wide-eyed, all chubby-cheeked cherubic sweetness. And then they scrunch those eyes and tell you to $#@ off? Oh No She Didn’t… Kids who cuss are more common than you might

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Try These Quick, Smart Tips to Conquer Your Parenting Overwhelm

Mom overwhelm is a real thing. Here’s how we handle it You sink down on the rug in tears and wonder how you can ever keep going. Then you see your daughter’s abandoned stuffie under the sofa, next to an overdue library book, so you scoop them out, tuck them on the shelf, shove your

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Two friends looking like they learned to forgive eachother

What we all need to know about fostering forgiveness

Want to teach your child forgiveness? Here are 3 ways to get started.   Let’s face it. No one is perfect. None of us want to be defined by the worst thing we’ve ever done, and we’ve all done things we wish we had not. We all need forgiveness. But it’s way easier to say

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Boy looking very bored

Would you respond like this when your child says “I’m bored?”

How should you respond when your child says, “I’m bored”?   It was finally here. After a long, cold winter and barely-there spring, I was so happy to welcome summer. The day was as pretty as a postcard, with spotless blue skies and, at last, sunshine and warmth. I couldn’t have been more pleased if

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Mom looking amazed. Jaw-drop.

A Remarkably Simple Way to Set Limits With Kids When You Travel

Have you tried this remarkably simple way of setting limits when you travel with your kids? (Or, any place really!) You literally don’t have to say a word. It’s true… not a word. Travel, Kids, It’s Difficult… While there’s definitely the promise of new and exciting times when you travel with your kids, there’s potential

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How to Superboost Your Parent Support Today

The baby woke at 4:00 am. His brother just 45 minutes later. Since then you’ve been puked on, drawn on, and changed three diapers. You burnt a bagel and your kid tipped his cereal over in a rage. Now the baby is screaming because he’s hungry and your son is pulling at your pants leg

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