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Parent coaching is supporting parents in their job of taking care of their children. A coach is someone who can reassure parents that they are doing the right thing, give suggestions and ideas based on expert's research while understanding that all families and children are different and unique. A parent coach isn’t that much different from a sports coach. A professional athlete may know just about everything that there is to know about their sport, but they still benefit enormously from having a coach. A coach can give them a different perspective, offer encouragement, change routine as well as push them to the next level. A parent coach does just that, but in the realm of parenting and parent-child relationships.
The earliest years are the most important years for shaping a child’s life; grab onto this opportunity!
When parents are picking their battles, the annoying but not actually bad behavior is one that usually gets ignored. And if you have bigger fish to fry, then that is a good idea. If, however, you have gotten a lot of the bigger stuff under control, you are seeing better behavior in your kids and […]
Every single night is the same thing. Fussing, crying, no sleeping and frustration up the wooha. Is there any way out of this cycle? Yes! Here are some steps to bedtime peace: Be consistent with your schedule Create a routine Problem solve Get dad involved Unplug Let’s start with being consistent with your schedule: You’ve […]
If there is one thing that all parents struggle with; it is transitions. There are two kinds of transition with which we really struggle. One kind is getting a child to switch gears. Whether it is transitioning from home to out of the house or leaving the park to go to lunch, this is often […]
Before I traveled with young kids, I was deathly afraid of traveling with young children and couldn’t understand why anyone would do it. I remember reading pieces like Don’t bring your child on a plane or Leave your kid at home next time But another thing stuck with me as well. When I was young, single […]
Using literature to deal with issues is one of the easiest ways to approach just about any subject and it comes with the added benefit of increasing literacy skills. When someone experiences a feeling, they feel validated when they realize that others are experiencing the exact same feeling. So when you read about children […]
Disappointment and failure are two things that you want your child to avoid at all costs as they are growing up. Just kidding! We all know that having a perfect rosy life isn’t possible and probably isn’t the ideal either and yet we try to provide that for our children; to their detriment. Let’s start […]
Do you want a quick fix to help behavior? Try this! Be curious! How does this work? Ask a lot of questions; in your head and out loud. Most behavior problems are learning opportunities so it will help minimize anger, frustration and short fuses if you start asking questions and start being curious. Here’s a […]
The shift from having a social life and being flexible before you had children can be a jolt when you think about putting your baby to sleep around the same (early!!) time every night. Is it worth it? Can’t you be the cool parents who have a baby and still have a life? Well, Let’s […]
I’ve recently been thinking a lot about how to raise a grateful child. Or how to not raise an entitled child. Is this even possible if you have family that shower them with gifts all of the time? Is this realistic when their friends get everything they ask for and more? Does your child whine […]
Picture this: Your toddler just chased after your cat and then full-on hit your cat with her toy. Or: Your 4 and a half-year old just went up to his baby sister and pulled her hair. Or: You walk in on your 3-year-old twins with everything in the kitchen thrown everywhere. Your first response? “Why […]