Nighttime waking, potty accidents, whining and other regression can accompany new stress or anxiety. The many changes children are experiencing right now can feel like a lot. Regression communicates their stress to you. Here is what you can do to help them
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Welcoming a New Sibling: How to Help Your Toddler
Congratulations on your new baby or soon to be new baby. Welcoming a new baby to the family when you have a toddler is a joyous occasion but can also be fraught with trepidation and worry. With my tried and true tips the transition will be more manageable and you will better understand what your little, big sibling is feeling. Take his perspective to help you view the transition in a toddler-way. It will smooth the transition for all of you. Continue Reading at Motherly
5 Simple Tips for Raising Children who Thrive
Perhaps you thought being a parent would be easy. And then you discovered it was a challenge, even though filled with joy. In this piece on Motherly, I write about five easy habits that will help you raise a child with a foundation to thrive. Yes, there is a lot of information about there about how to parent. But when you look at the research and go through the information, here are 5 take-aways.
My Best Tips for Easing Back to School
The start of the school year brings big changes for toddlers, children & families. There are new people, new routines, and separation to master. Even if your child is returning to the same school, going back is a big step. Here are my tips for easing back to school.