Most parents feel pressured to have well-behaved children. The pressure comes from well-meaning family, teachers, and judgmental stares from strangers.
The sleeping patterns of babies are often unpredictable and complex. They raise difficult questions and pose a great challenge for new parents.
Emotional intelligence is a child’s ability to perceive, understand, and effectively manage their own feelings; to read subtle cues; and relate empathically to the feelings of others.
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- What are the "right toys" activities to play with 19 month old?
- How to introduce camp to a preschooler that is different than their preschool?
- Handling a new VPK program with a preschooler?
- Handling fear and shyness with a preschooler?
- How to handle grandparents and their differing discipline?
- Handling when child is overly hyper
- How long does it take for a child to learn a new rule or a new routine?
- How to get on the same page as parents
- How to set a boundary with a toddler
- What are the napping rules for toddlers
- Handling waiting at the doctor's office -
- How to keep young siblings from hitting
- How to manage the plane
- Do timers work to keep children on task
- Sleep issues with a 3 year old and a 6 year old
- Moving house with a toddler
- 5 y.o. having a hard time following direction
- What to do when a child rejects one of the parents
- Helping children with a nap
- Divorced/Co-Parenting with a preschooler - how to keep the child safe
- How to set boundaries with a toddler (18 months)
- Older sibling talking like the younger sibling when they play together - is that a bad thing?
- Helping toddler's sleep after removing the midnight bottle
- Choosing a school for kindergarten and helping
- When do you move children to a booster seat?
- How to change nannies so a toddler feels safe
- Handling competition with a toddler
- Dealing/helping potty process for a toddler
- How to handle the toddler saying "no" or rejecting one of the parents
- What age do children listen/respond to their name
- What do we do with explosive emotions/behavior with a preschooler
- Helping a child who takes time making friends - How to parent the personality of your child if it’s different than yours.
- Helping toddlers sleep
- How to handle a toddler who is a leader - hard time following direction
- Dealing with preschooler fear of making friends
- How to help a preschooler to follow direction
- Managing toddler/preschool siblings while sharing mom
- Helping a 4 year old deal with potty accidents
- Introducing baby to toddler
- Handling a shift in caregivers for school age child
- How to decide having a second child
- What’s best age difference between sibling
- How to motivate a child into getting ready and out the door
- 4 yr. old preschooler having a hard time making friends, how to help?
- How to help siblings play together when the younger one bites
- How to help 1 year old learn not to bite at school?
- Helping preschooler do nap time at school
- 5 yr. old who shows his private parts
- When do you leave your preschooler at school to nap
- What age to put your children in preschool
- When to tell young children when there is a big change in the family
- How to help children ask for what they need
- How do we make sure they do not inherited what we(parent) hurt or worry about
- Handling the way children hug and touch one another
- Should parents feel guilty about leaving children alone
- Is an 18 month old ready to be potty trained
- How to help and change the school age - "attitude"
Q&A from Members
My twins rip up the books we read. How do I get them to stop?
He doesn't want to go to camp. Now what?
A smartwatch for kids? Good or bad?
An angel at school and not so much at home. How do we achieve consistency?
Can I ever just reward them with all of the chocolate?
What's the best way to break a habit?
"I don't love you, Mommy." Does my little one mean it?
How do I respond to "Is Grandpa gonna be okay?"
Can I PLEASE, impose consequences? Pretty PLEASE?
I just lost it with my kid. How do I restore order?