A few of the biggest myths when it comes to yelling at your kids:
I don’t know what it is about summer, but it always seems to be the time of year kids are most likely to require a trip to the doctor for a cut, bump, or miscellaneous injury — which also means it’s the time of year us parents get stressed about said trips to the doctor.
My ears have this really cool setting where they can’t hear whining.
It’s really awesome and saves me from losing my 💩 on the regular. The best part is, you have it too! It’s just a matter of activating your whine prevention settings.
It’s a super simple process. The next time your kids are whining, all you need to do is:
Today we’re digging into the real reasons our kids interrupt (and no, it’s not just to annoy you! 😜), including some practical tips on how to deal in the moment and how having a “secret signal” could be the key to squashing this annoying behaviour in your family for good!
Ok, good! I thought I might have lost you at “emotional literacy” (sounds so boring, doesn’t it?!), so thanks for coming to hang with me today!
We’re talking all things emotions, including why it’s important to be able to name what we’re feeling, PLUS three really fun ways you can help teach your kids to not only name their emotions, but also recognize them in others.