During the month of August, I’ll be discussing positive discipline with HAPPYFAMILY! Check out my thoughts on Time Outs http://ow.ly/cNi1l How do you handle your child when they are not listening? Keep an eye on the website for information about two upcoming events and a GIVEAWAY!
Today I walked down a New York City street and noticed three young children on leashes. Sure, two were dressed up as cute little monkey backpacks with tails for the parents to hold on to, but still….they’re leashes. After years working with toddlers, 2s and 3s, I get it. They can have selective listening, can Read More
Check out my guest post orginally published on Lauren Jimeson’s blog, A Mommy In The City. It’s all about toddlers and their need for independence! By Myself! Coming in a close second after “mine!” on the list of most frequently used toddler phrases is “by myself!” It’s truly exciting when your baby starts exerting her Read More
Join me and Mommybites NY for “Positive Discipline and Dealing with Tantrums” During this workshop, Dana Rosenbloom of Dana’s Kids will help you learn how how to effectively use positive discipline and limit-setting to help your child begin to internalize “the… rules” and learn self-control. We will discuss how consistency helps children feel safe and Read More
Last Sunday the NY Times published an opinion piece in response to this past years’ focus on international parenting techniques. The unifying factor of many of these practices is helping children learn self-control and self-discipline. Throughout my blog posts and workshops you will find that I repeatedly emphasize the important of positive discipline that leads Read More
Recently, in many of my parent groups and private sessions, tantrums seem to be the topic of choice. Tantruming is not new to childhood but it seems that every day an expert has a new way to end your child’s tantrums. I say stick with the tried and true… Before your child tantrums, think about what sets them Read More
Many parents today are concerned about disciplining their children. Some don’t want to be “mean,” others don’t want to “damage” their children. Some want to be “friends” with their kids, and others just aren’t sure how to do it. The key in positive discipline and limit setting is to teach cooperation! You can start Read More
Check out the Events page for more information on my upcoming workshop with Three Little Birds Music We’ll be discussing potty training and positive discipline!
Check out the Events page for more information on my upcoming workshop with Big City Moms. We’ll be discussing discipline and potty training!
How many times in your life have you said “I’m sorry” to another person? It’s natural that when the children in our lives do something that hurts, upset, or bothers another person, we encourage them to say “I’m sorry,” as well. But what does “I’m sorry” really mean and does it teach children anything? In Read More