Is your toddler out of control? Get things back on track by following these 6 parenting tips.
Is your child afraid of the dark? Here we will uncover some possible underlying causes and think “outside the box” for ways to address this very common childhood issue.
All misbehaviors are not created equal. Figuring out the heart condition behind the behavior is important for Christian parents. Here we explore the first of the three different types of misbehaviors.
Now, more than ever, we need to make sure that we help our children develop hearts filled with thankfulness. There is no better antidote for the influences of a me-centered society than an “attitude of gratitude.”
Disciplining a toddler is hard. Sometimes our presuppositions and beliefs about this stage of development can make it harder. Here we explore some mental pitfalls that can prevent parents from making the most of those impressionable early years.
Eight simple but effective things you can do if and when your toddler hits you.
The “terrible twos” don’t have to be so terrible! Most of your work during this developmental stage will be in the form of education and re-direction. You will learn that consistency is key and that “no” doesn’t have to be the most-used word in your home.
Much of the work you will do during this developmental stage will have to do with structure and setting limits. You and your toddler will have a much better time if routines fill his day and if attentiveness and persistence formulate your parenting.
Toddlers and transitions can be like oil and water: they just don’t mix well. Here you will learn effective ways to make your next transition from the playground, grandma’s house or the local pool as smooth as possible.