The podcast starts today with a question: Is it too late to change how I parent? If not, how can I forgive myself for things i’m not proud of? Abigail and Elle share a few parenting choices they made and … Continue reading
How we can inspire feelings of gratitude rather than trying to demand it from our children?
Elle and Abigail are talking about ways you can get children to listen and respond to your requests, without resorting to yelling or punishments.
On the podcast this week, Elle and Abigail talk about the difficulties they, and many parents have, setting limits on screen time. They view the issues that worry us most, from the addictive nature of screens to the disconnection, bartering, … Continue reading
Abigail gets an Instagram message from a confused dad whose sweet little baby is just becoming a toddler. He asks, “What discipline tools actually work with toddlers?”
A Guest Post by Abigail Wald Too often kids and parents meet in battle over the homework table, but believe it or not, says Hand in Hand’s Abigail Wald, homework can be, and should be, a time for connection. Talking … Continue reading
A guest post by Abigail Wald It’s the beginning of fall and as surely as leaves will drop, so will the homework. Pages and pages of it. Sometimes whole binders worth. Homework can be the source of many arguments, and I … Continue reading
A guest post by Abigail Wald It could be getting out the house, it could be buckling up a seatbelt, it could be chores or homework, sometimes we have to set limits. Limits are necessary, and limits are good for … Continue reading
Welcome, Hand in Hand Parenting’s New Certified Instructors 2017 We are so delighted to introduce to you our newest Certified Instructors of Hand in Hand Parenting. Each of them has done wonderful work in listening, connecting, and using the tools … Continue reading