The 5 Easiest Ways To Stop A Toddler’s Tantrum

Ok, I know every single one of you parents of toddlers has had to experience the volcanic explosion of an angry child. Tantrums can come from seemingly out of nowhere: their socks are too tight, the oatmeal is too squishy, the TV stopped playing Frozen when it was over. The good news? You’re all in this together. Tantrums are totally … Read More

Three ways to help your child make friends.

Nothing breaks your heart more than having your child come home from school and say, “Nobody likes me.” The thought of your child sitting alone on the swings during lunch, or walking solo around the playground with her juice box and animal crackers is enough to make you want to go down to the school and bribe some kids to … Read More

Five Signs Your Child Might Be a Brat

Nobody wants to admit their own kid is a brat. But you know how when you’re at the grocery store and you see that whiny kid screaming at her mom that she wants a Kit-Kat bar or you’re at the toy store and there’s a little boy throwing boxes of Lego off the shelves because he wants a remote-controlled helicopter? … Read More

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Just wanted to give you a quick heads up that this offer is being taken down for good at midnight tonight. If you’re looking for an easy-to-follow, no-nonsense approach that will: Get your child to stop whining… and start communicating. Stop those seemingly endless “arguments” with your child over even the smallest things. Quickly eliminate fighting between siblings (or other children … Read More

try THIS when your child misbehaves

If you’ve got a child aged 2 – 12, here’s a great 3-step system that you can use starting today to quickly correct “bad” behavior. (We’re going to need an example here, so let’s say that the behavior you want to change is that your child doesn’t listen when you ask her to get ready to leave for school / … Read More

The 2 Overlooked Causes of Sibling Rivalry

If you have more than one child, you are well aware that siblings fight. It’s just a fact. Some more than others, but it’s perfectly normal for all kids to get into battles over toys or the TV or who got more ice cream. But no matter how “normal” it is, it’s still no fun to be around. Listening to … Read More

Is it your fault your child’s fat?

I’m not gonna sugarcoat it. Obesity has become an alarming problem in the US. One in three kids are considered overweight, which is a shocking statistic if you think about it. Especially because we know that kids who are carrying extra pounds deal with such a wide range of serious issues, from bullying and crippling self-esteem problems to physical ailments. … Read More

Sleep Resolutions for Parents and Kids

New Year’s Day is here, which means it’s time to make some resolutions! If you have children you’ve been trying to get on a better sleep schedule, this is the time to do it. And good sleep isn’t just for babies— many adults think if they could only get their baby sleeping well then their own sleep habits would be … Read More

Teaching Kids to Give Back

‘Tis the season for joy and giving, and a time when many of us look forward to the holidays with gratitude for all the wonderful people in our lives. But for many, it’s a time of sadness. For people experiencing poverty, homelessness and illness, this time of year can bring up painful reminders. Every parent wants their child to experience … Read More

How To Survive Holiday Travel

It’s that wonderful time of year again! Soon you’ll be off to visit family or friends far and near so you can enjoy the festivities together. But with all the wonderful things the season brings, there can be some challenges, especially when it comes to kids. Trust me, I know what you’re thinking… “Travelling with kids can be so stressful!” … Read More