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The Early Bird Drives Parents Crazy

2019-05-01T15:58:53+00:00

Let’s face it—we love our sleep as parents! Once our kids get past the infant/toddler stage, we expect sleep to not become an issue. But that’s not always the case, as this mom writes about

The Early Bird Drives Parents Crazy2019-05-01T15:58:53+00:00

Bouncing Back From Parenting Fails (Episode 32)

2019-05-20T18:12:05+00:00

“Some days, I’m an incredible entrepreneur, an incredible business owner, and a terrible mom. Sometimes, I’m a great mom and a terrible business owner, and that’s just because it doesn’t balance out,” Hope says. “One of my favorite quotes is that we expect women to work like they don’t have children and to raise children as if they don’t work.”

Bouncing Back From Parenting Fails (Episode 32)2019-05-20T18:12:05+00:00

Grumble Bunny

2019-05-01T14:32:45+00:00

When our kids complain, we sometimes react the wrong way. This reader questions how to counter a five year old’s negative attitude. Q: Our five-year-old son often has a negative attitude, but in the past

Grumble Bunny2019-05-01T14:32:45+00:00

Do Not Disturb the Family Peace

2019-05-01T21:24:09+00:00

When your kids have trouble getting along, use the almost magical Do Not Disturb the Family Peace method to bring back order. You can also order your own PDF version for 99 cents.  

Do Not Disturb the Family Peace2019-05-01T21:24:09+00:00

A Little Work on the Side (Episode 31)

2019-05-07T19:31:12+00:00

“My go-to advice is not to overthink it because for a lot people, they end up talking themselves out of starting,” said Stacy. “So many times, I stand with the moms at my daughter’s school, and they say, ‘I’ve thought about doing this for years, and I really want to do this someday.’ But there’s always a reason why now is not the right time. However, there will never be the perfect time.”

A Little Work on the Side (Episode 31)2019-05-07T19:31:12+00:00

Lessons From Russia Ball

2019-05-01T21:14:17+00:00

Should we always follow our lists or give ourselves freedom to go with the moment? How to Play Russia Ball 1. Toss ball up and catch (1 time) 2. Toss ball up, let it bounce

Lessons From Russia Ball2019-05-01T21:14:17+00:00

Blessing Your Child (Episode 30)

2019-04-24T00:16:47+00:00

“Our kids all want to feel seen, heard, known, respected and validated,” says Tiffany. “Our kids are raw material to be molded so our constant expectation that they’re going to be perfect is always a disappointment to us because that’s is not who they are. And neither are we.”

Blessing Your Child (Episode 30)2019-04-24T00:16:47+00:00

Taming an Aggressive Preschooler

2019-05-01T14:24:45+00:00

Emotions can be very big for kids, especially preschoolers. This mom asks how she should react when her preschooler throws an aggressive tantrum. Q: My nearly 4-year-old son shows signs of aggression/not being able to

Taming an Aggressive Preschooler2019-05-01T14:24:45+00:00