We all feel it. Christmas is right around the corner. You see it everywhere. The ads, the to-dos, the cleaning, the lists, all the hype.
Today on the show I’m sharing some of my personal parenting philosophy with you. I’m sharing what I want to teach my kids this holiday season, the meaning I want them to get out of it, so that it’s not just another time, another season, another holiday that comes and goes like a flash.
So let’s talk about gratitude, gifts, and giving, shall we? Let’s head to the show.
But the reason why I’m sharing this stuff with you is not to justify myself, but to show you how to not feel guilty about your own potty training decisions, or any parenting decisions for that matter.
Now come into my head and hear about my personal life and the reasons why I haven't started potty training. Let’s go to the show.
Maybe most of us couldn’t give it a dictionary-worthy definition, but we all know what it looks like.
What comes to mind is the image of a parent lashing out, yelling at, at waving her fists at her kid following some unwanted behavior the child does, but reactive parenting can be much more subtle than this.
Remember, I help you make parenting easier. Let’s head to the show.
We all know that parenting can feel hard sometimes. And parenting can BE hard sometimes, including when you realize that you are responding to your children differently.
Maybe you give your younger child - the obedient and quiet child - the benefit of the doubt. Whereas for your child who is loud, fast-moving, and who pushes your boundaries, you’re much more quick to blame.
Today I want to talk about this type of scenario in which you find yourself treating your children differently and what you can begin to do to address this pattern of your own behavior.
Now let’s go to the show.
Potty training. Data to keep track of throughout your child’s journey. How to make your potty training journey easier over all. That’s what we’ll be talking about in today’s episode.
That means if you have a question about potty training, about behavior, or about parenting, you can schedule one 30-minute call with me, we’ll chat and you’ll get your questions answered. Super easy. Super convenient. I’m here for when you need me most. Learn more at www.lauralynnlapointe.com/workwithme .
Now let’s talk about tracking those important key pieces of data during potty training. Let’s head to the show.
Does your toddler have a lot to say like mine do? It’s like the talking never stops, and it can leave you feeling exhausted.
But what happens when your little one interrupts you…. More often than not?
Let’s go to the show.
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There is no sweeter moment while raising toddlers than the moment you see an oh-so-precious behavior from your four year-old.
For a lot of us, these moments don’t seem to come by often, so when they do, they’re extra special.
Today I want to share with you the positive behavior I’ve been seeing recently in my four year-old son and the reason for why I’m seeing this behavior.
Now let me share with you the positive behavior I’m seeing in my four year-old. Let’s head to the show.
The smallest changes in how you communicate can make all the difference in the world.
It’s true for marriage, it’s true for your own mindset, it’s true for work and leading a team, and it’s definitely true for parenting.
The strategy is easy. It’s all about practicing speaking in this way and getting consistent with it.
Let’s go to the show.
Are you considering switching up or changing the potty training method that you are using with your child?
Maybe you thought your child would get the hang of this whole potty thing right away, but that’s not what it’s looking like, considering that you’re cleaning up pee pee accidents more times in a day than you’d like to count.
Should you change up your potty training method? Let’s find out. Let’s head to the show.
Dealing with tantrums. A toddler who talks your ear off nonstop. The kid who only wants mommy.
It’s easy to feel overwhelmed, drained, exhausted, and at your wits end.
And I’m here to remind you that parenting doesn’t have to feel this hard. It can be easier. You can let those tantrums roll off your back. You can respond to that non stop talking toddler simply. You can deal with the child who only needs mommy with ease. We can get you there.
Now the real reason parenting is hard? Let’s find out. Let’s go to the show.
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