A mommy’s favorite phrase…”No!”Your baby will start to understand around 9-12 months Only use it when you truly need it Explain why you say no Arrange the house so there are less things your child cannot touch
Saying “No!” packs a powerful punch. We use it often — sometimes too often — without even realizing it. To our children, we say, “No. Don’t touch that! No. You can’t have a cookie before dinner. No. You
Parents often worry that if they are too strict their children won’t like them, but if they aren’t strict enough their children may get into trouble. This is a common dilemma for many moms and dads. How do you decide
“Don’t touch that! Don’t touch that! Don’t touch that! Feel like you are always saying the same thing over and over again? Parenting a toddler and preschooler is lots of fun, but can also be at times trying. When your
“I want it now!” your toddler screams. Everyone turns and stares as if you are a bad mom because your child is throwing a fit. But anyone who has had children knows that tantrums are a normal part of childhood.