Most of us love a good holiday celebration, and before we know it we are going to be thrown into over a month of celebrating.
From Thanksgiving to Christmas to New Years, from party after party after party, and from one activity to another, your schedule is going to be booked. The same goes for your kids as well. Maybe you love it or maybe you hate it.
Today on the show we’re going to be talking about these meltdowns that happen around the holidays: why they are more likely to occur at this time and what you can do to help your kid - and yourself - through this holiday season.
Let’s go to the show.
I know you’re thinking, “well, of course, Laura Lynn. Yes, I yell at my kids, but I don’t want to admit that to you.”
You probably don’t want to admit that to me or to anybody else because the best rule of thumb, those best practice strategies that all of the experts teach us is to not yell at our kids, to avoid yelling at our kids.
While I 100% agree with this, that it’s not going to be best for you or for your kiddo if your go-to strategy is yelling, I do want to take it a step further and talk about when yelling is okay, even when yelling is a GOOD idea.
Let me tell you when you CAN yell. Let’s head to the show.
Whether it’s killing a bug on the wall by hitting it with your shoe or saying some inappropriate words when you stub your toe, it’s no surprise that at some point or another, your toddler will copy that same behavior.
So today on the show I want to talk about children who curse or use inappropriate language, and what you can do to make it stop.
Let’s go to the show.
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So today on the show I want to talk about how you can respond when your child is refusing to get into the car AND how you can parent smarter and not harder by preventing this situation from happening in the first place…
Because hey, you got your kid dressed, bags backed, shoes on, and everyone out the door, so why make getting into the car any harder than it needs to be?
Let’s go to the show.
You see the “BAD”.... it’s easy to spot, you can’t miss it. And sure, “BAD” or unwanted behavior doesn’t mean your child is a bad kid and it doesn’t mean you’re a bad parent, but that doesn’t change much of your feelings.
You’re sick and tired of feeling how parenting a toddler, your own child, seems and feels so dang difficult… maybe impossible....
Maybe it was by accident or maybe it was intentional. Regardless of the intent, I have thought many times about cutting my hair because it has become a pet peeve of mine when my hair gets pulled. It drives me nuts.
But what we want to know is whether it’s normal. And more importantly, how can we make it stop?
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Whenever you ask these questions to yourself or to your child’s pediatrician or to an expert I think what you’re really asking is…
How do I get my child to stop doing something that I don’t like?
How do I PUNISH my child to get him to stop doing whatever it is that I don’t like?
But today I’m going to urge you to take a new look at discipline, a more positive look at discipline… a look at discipline that can extend beyond the current moment that you’re facing. A new look at...
What to do when your young toddler drops food on the floor. So many parents go through this battle, and if you’re like me, you’re tired of having dirty floors around your child’s high chair.
Now on to what to do about our toddlers who throw food on the floor. Let’s head to the show.
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It’s another behavior series episode here on The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast and today we are talking about our young kiddos, our toddlers, who throw toys that shouldn’t typically be thrown.
And if you’re over there listening I know you’re thinking, “Yes, yes, my toddler does that. What do I do about that?” Well, mama dear, you’ve come to the right place.
Now let’s get to talking about your kiddo who throws toys. Let’s go to the show.
I know, it’s incredibly frustrating to constantly be on repeat, repeat, repeat when it comes to telling your toddler to do something, even something so incredibly simple. Why does it have to be this hard, huh?
So today on the show I want to share the one thing you can do to get your toddler to listen to you, yes, even the first time.
Now let’s talk about what to do when your toddler doesn’t listen. Let’s head to the show.