I’ve practically stopped blogging in the last few months. At first, there wasn’t much time with a newborn and all. Now though, I do have a little time but I’m not sure what to write about. Plenty is going on, and yet, nothing much. Life with three kids! That said, I do have family that… Continue reading October.
This is Part 1 of an ongoing vent I’ve had in regards to my often-challenging son, B. For those of you that have been following for a long time, things recently came to a head. When I was in college, I took some class (I can’t even recall what it was, family and child psychology?) and… Continue reading The root of the problem, Part 1
My son has a temper. Maybe it’s normal three-year old behavior, maybe it’s not. I really have no idea. Regardless, he has a short temper. All three year olds have temper tantrums – C does too. When that carefully constructed tower falls to the ground, man that really does set them off. Or, god forbid… Continue reading Parenting a challenging kid.
I’ve wanted to write so many times over the last…2 months, and yet I’ve been too exhausted and drained to form my thoughts into actual words. I did, once, even draft a post highlighting my twins’ third birthday, but I never finished it. I’m just too damn tired. BUT. There’s one topic that I couldn’t… Continue reading Potty training sucks.
New to my personal positive parenting series? Check out I’ve switched to positive parenting and I’m not looking back, It’s easier than I thought, For the sensitive child, and For the “easy” child, too. If you have toddlers, you’ve probably been approached by family, strangers, and friends about potty training. It seems to me that most… Continue reading Positive Parenting Series: Wait-it-out potty training
This is my 4th post as part of my Positive Parenting Series. If you’re just tuning in, you can catch these posts here: Part 1: I’ve switched to positive parenting and I’m not looking back, Part 2: It’s easier than I thought, and Part 3: For the sensitive child. My daughter, C, gets very little blog… Continue reading Positive Parenting: For the “easy” child, too
This is my 3rd post as part of my Positive Parenting Series. Here are Part 1: I’ve switched to positive parenting and I’m not looking back, and Part 2: It’s easier than I thought. Why have I chosen positive parenting? Late this morning, my 2.5 year old son accidentally knocked over his water cup. A… Continue reading Positive Parenting Series: For the sensitive child