On today’s #coffeewithkelly we’re talking all things frustration and aggression, including tips and tools to promote healthy expression of these tough emotions, how to help your kids find their calm once the storm has passed, and what to do when their aggression seems over-the-top. [Read more…]
On this week’s edition of #coffeewithkelly we’re chatting all about how to deal with our kids’ fears, whether or not using “monster spray” is a good idea(!!!) and a convo on Sensory Processing Disorder. [Read more…]
Because telling our kids to “calm down” has an effectiveness rating of approximately *zero*, today I’ve got 12 quick and easy practical strategies for helping your kids find their calm.
And since I was feeling a little snazzy, I decided to make a totally free downloadable Infographic to help you work some of these bad boys into your daily routine. 😉
Sometimes I get tongue tied.
Not really sure what to say when my kids want to know whether I love their latest creation or what I think about their new haircut. After getting tired of hearing my self say “Good job!” or “I love it!” on repeat, I decided to add a few new phrases to my vocab.
So if you’re tired of saying the same old same old all the time, check out five alternatives I like to use instead. 😉 [Read more…]
You know those moments, when impatience creeps in unexpectedly?
When the littlest things send you into the *red zone* without warning?
Yeah. Me too. [Read more…]