Toddler

Do your children have parents or competitors?

Shiny, Happier People To describe the vast and varied role of the parent we turn to a whole list of occupations—doctor, police officer, counselor, game designer, bus driver and more—like jeweler. Yes, jeweler. Each child is a gem with multiple facets that reflect light. When Dad shines his light, it […]

Halloween Holiday Help

Halloween can be fun for both children and adults. However, when children are toddlers and preschoolers, it can be a season with great challenges. For older children, it’s a time when discussions may turn to issues of independence and appropriateness. Here are just a few things for you to consider beyond what costume to choose.

Sudden Change of Behavior

With an abrupt behavior change we often look for an event, an environment or a physical demand that has become stressful to the child.

When Time Out Isn’t

When Time Out Isn't

Constant supervision is not Time Out; it’s Time Together. What makes Time Out an effective and appropriate teaching strategy? When is it not the best strategy?

Baby & Sibling Safe Play

Supporting a positive sibling relationship while also keeping a new baby safe is a common parenting challenge. Toddlers and preschoolers are still very much learning about body self-management, impulse control and boundaries. With your help, their developmental work will lead to higher levels of emotional intelligence that will serve them well for the rest of their lives.

“Hurt Over Nothing”

Despite what it looks like, this is not an issue of toughness or fragility. This one is about relationship. Your child is checking in, testing, confirming that “mom and dad are here for me.”

Discipline Skills

Discipline is one of the most complicated and challenging responsibilities of parenthood. It involves a mix of interlocking elements, all of which may

Daycare or Preschool Refusal

It can be confusing when what was once fine, suddenly isn’t. Yet every one of us knows how it feels to have to do something we just don’t, at that moment, feel like doing

Offering Choice

It is easy to think of choice as a tool for parents. After all, giving young children some control by offering them “this one or that one” can mean

The Preferred Parent (or not)

When children are fortunate enough to have two parents they can sometimes cause strain on their parents by focusing on one parent at a time.

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