Category: Parenting

Patru pași pentru un somn liniștit

Citiți acest articol în limba engleză De obicei, pentru a ajunge în punctul în care copiii dorm singuri avem de parcurs un drum lung presărat cu multe obstacole. Cu trei copii, am observat că a-i determina pe toți să stea și să doarmă în pat era un adevărat supliciu atât pentru mine cât și pentru

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Father and child laughing at bedtime story

Four Steps To A Peaceful Bedtime Routine

A guest post by Irina Nichifiriuc Read this post in Romanian In our house, I faced a series of “battles” and obstacles every night as the day wore on towards bedtime. With three children, I found that the task of getting them to sleep was getting longer and more difficult as I faced more and

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What To Do When The Kids Go Wild!

Imagine this. Your kids are on a playdate. Everything is fine. There are a few giggles.  Some stomping. The next minute? The kids are laughing manically, and the house is so trashed it looks like it has seconds until it falls down around you. The kids have gone wild. What To Do When The Kids

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Get Started with the Parent Club

Welcome to the Hand in Hand Parent Club! Let us show you around. If you find stress is over-taking your parenting come join this community of Hand in Hand pa…

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Sibling Solutions

Connect with Certified Instructor Megha Mawandia, India: Bio: https://bit.ly/2Lrr5sA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/triyoke.india/ ———————-…

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How to Help Families Recover from Traumatic Separations – Replay

Children and families experience separations frequently. Whether for daily daycare drop-offs, divorce, adoption, foster care, a death in the family, immigration, detention, or other situations, these separations can be hard and even traumatic for everyone in the family. Please join Certified Instructors Pam Oatis and Shelley Macy to learn gentle, deeply effective tools for helping families

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One Ritual For A Happy Family Vacation

  My husband had been exceptionally busy with studying and work. He had had a lot of trips away from home over the last month, and when he was home he was studying. He had definitely not been around the kids as much as they were used to. Family Vacation Prep Gets Stressful Now it

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