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.
With the holidays just shortly around the corner, you may find yourself with some time off and a toddler who is ready to be potty trained.
Summer is always a big time for parents to jump into potty training, but the holiday season may also be a pretty popular time to get potty training done.
Now let’s chat about potty training during the holiday season. Let’s go to the show.
And it goes without saying that I’m sharing all of this with you in the hopes to inspire, motivate, and support you in your own parenting journey so that you can be the confident, happy, and fulfilled mama that you truly desire to be.
Okay, let’s dive in. Let’s go to the show.
Tis the season for receiving gifts, giving thanks, and showing gratitude. And if you’re a mama who has toddlers and older kids, the thought of how your children will respond when they receive a gift that they don’t like may terrify you.
Kids receive gifts throughout the entire month of December... at daycare, at school, at Christmas parties, with extended family, and, of course, with you on Christmas Day, so there’s plenty of opportunity for your kids to respond to receiving a gift.
I still can’t believe that we are into December and now very quickly approaching Christmas season... 2020 has gone by so slow and yet so dang fast!
So let’s throw off that parenting and holiday stress and actually enjoy the holiday season, shall we? Let’s go to the show!
The holiday season is truly upon us now and you may already be planning what to do with your spare time over Christmas break.
So today on the show I want to help you solve the debate on whether NOW, the break you may get within the holiday season, is the best time for you to potty train your toddler.
Now let’s dive into how to know if now is the best time to potty train. Let’s head to the show.
Hi! Laura Lynn LaPointe here! Welcome to The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast! The holiday season can be such an amazing and exciting time of year, but with kids in tow, all of that holiday magic can quickly turn into childhood mayhem - you know what I’m talking about… the screaming, crying, tantrums… the whole nine yards. So in today’s episode I’m sharing three ways to save your sanity this holiday season so your celebrations don’t turn into catastrophes. And before I forget, check out my Regain Control of Your Child’s Behavior course.
I’m bringing this episode to you because I know how crazy the holiday season can be with Thanksgiving, Christmas, shopping, the kids being home from school, attending parties, having family in town, crazy schedules, and all of the loud noises. All of this craziness can lead to parenting overwhelm! Here are three important tips to help you maintain your...