Looking for ways to boost your toddler’s speech? We're sharing five easy parenting tips for helping your tiny tots overcome a speech delay based on our own experiences. Check them out! Every so often when I’m talking with my 4-year-old son, I am overwhelmed by how well he speaks. I listen to him come up with incredible thoughts, properly use adverbs, and … [Read more...]
Let's face it, when it comes to parenting, no one person has all the answers! Sometimes you need some quick advice on how to deal with potty training, or how to throw an amazing slumber party for your child. Maybe you're wondering how you're going to entertain your child on a long plane trip. Our parenting tips can help!
Is your child a bit of a nervous Nelly in certain situations? We can totally relate! We're sharing four easy and practical parenting tips to help calm your kids' nerves fast. Read on to check them out! My four-year-old son will talk to just about anybody, but when it comes time for the kids’ sermon every Sunday, I watch as he sits at the front of the sanctuary, … [Read more...]
Think you can be friends with your kids and still be effective parents? While that may work for some, the truth is many of our kids need us to be moms and dads more than they need another pal. Read on to see why I am not my son's friend. My days are probably just like any other stay at home mom’s: an entire day full of playing Lego; making Christmas art … [Read more...]
Trying to encourage your tot towards milestones & overcome developmental delays? Give these gross motor play tactics a go. One of my least favorite jobs as a parent is filling out the development logs for a new doctor or a new school. Everything with my daughter is approximate. I cannot remember when she finally sat unassisted or started walking. Each … [Read more...]
Discipline doesn’t have to mean control! We're sharing a few of our favorite parenting tips for positive ways to discipline your kids without feeling like you're controlling every move they make. Do you like to be controlled by other people? No? Yeah, neither do I. So why do we think that our kids should just deal with it when we try to control every little … [Read more...]