The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 164: Remember THIS about Toddler Behavior to Parent in Ease

What can you do to parent in ease? 

Even when your toddler is whining… Even when your toddler is having a tantrum… Even when you’re trying to do 30 billion things at once AND deal with the kids who aren’t sharing or taking turns…

You can find ease and joy and peace in your parenting… EVEN when you’ve got littles at home… Even if they do behaviors that drive you nuts… Even if you currently feel stretched thin. 

But how is that possible, you may ask. 

There is a truth to your child’s behavior that you have to keep in mind when you’re in the thick of it, when you’re dealing with the messy house, when you’re again dealing with that typical toddler tantrum. 

I’m here to empower you in your own parenting, so let’s do that today. Let’s go to the show. 


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The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 162: Take Control of Those Recurring Behavior Episodes

What do you do when you’re dealing with the same behavior in the same situation day after day after day? 

When you’ve got these recurring behavior episodes, even if they seem to be pretty mild situations, it can be so easy for your brain to land in the trap of negativity and feelings of loneliness. 

So what do you do? What do you do when you have negative behavior on repeat? This is what we’ll be talking about in today’s episode. 

I’ll share how you can take control of these situations that are on repeat, and I’ll share a few examples of how I’ve done this in my own home. 

Now it’s time to take back some control. Let’s go to the show. 


  • Laura Lynn shares different ways you can take back control when you’re dealing with unwanted behaviors that are on repeat;
  • She explains how she has used a reward system and a strategy called Pivot...
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The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 160: Quit the Blame Game: Move Past this Common Parenting Struggle

Today’s episode is all about the blame game that we mamas play. Yep, I'm including myself as a participant in this blame game bucket. 

It’s so easy to blame ourselves, but today I want to talk about how we can move past this very common parenting struggle so that you can parent in ease and actually enjoy being a mom. 

Let’s go to the show. 


  • Laura Lynn explains three keys she follows as an alternative solution to the blame game;
  • She illustrates those three keys with a recent example from her own life; and 
  • She describes what actions she took to be more calm, more positive, and yell less in a very difficult season of her own life. 


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The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 158: The Strategy that I Use DAILY to Improve Behavior

behavior podcast strategies Apr 12, 2022

In my own parenting I am ALL about using strategies that are easy to use, that work at improving behavior in the moment I'm with my toddler, and that help my child with skill development and improve behavior long-term. 

So today on the show I want to share with you the strategy that I use daily with both my 2-year-old and my 4-year-old to decrease whining and to increase appropriate communication. 

Who wouldn’t want less whining and more appropriate communication?! 

Let’s go to the show. 


  • Laura Lynn shares the parenting strategy that she uses in her own home to decrease whining and increase appropriate requests; 
  • She gives examples of how she uses the strategy with a 2-year-old and a 4-year-old; and  
  • She describes how this strategy decreases unwanted behavior like whining and improves desirable behavior like appropriate asking and requesting. 



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The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 155: The Potty Dance Dilemma: How to Get Your Child to Request the Potty

Does your toddler do the potty dance? 

Even if your child is wearing underwear and is mostly or completely potty trained, she may still be doing the potty dance. 

When she has to go potty, she may fidget and dance around. Or she may walk around in a funny way because she’s trying to hold it. Or she even could be holding herself because she has to go potty but won’t go to the bathroom, or won’t tell you. 

This is one of the MOST frequent issues that mamas come to me with. Their child is fully potty trained, she doesn’t have accidents, she’s wearing underwear all day, and yet she won’t ever tell you that she needs to go. 

Why is it that your child does this potty dance, is fully potty trained, and won’t tell you that she needs to go? And what can you do about it? That’s what we’ll be talking about today. 


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The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 152: When the Child-Led Potty Training Method Isn’t Working

Parenting should come with a manual, shouldn’t it? 

While that seems like a great idea and an opportunity that someone should have jumped on a long time ago, the reality of it is that every child is an individual. That means they have their individual personalities, their individual preferences, their individual idiosyncrasies, and their individual needs. 

It’s true for potty training as well. You may be holding a so-called potty training “manual” or book, you’ve followed it to a T, and yet your toddler is still not potty trained. What gives? 

If you’re in the boat of using more of a child-led or child-initiated potty training method and it’s just not doing the trick, your toddler is still not getting the hang of it after a good consistent effort, keep listening to this episode. 

Today I will be sharing what to do next if that child-led potty training method isn’t...

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The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 149: The Power of CHOICE: Making It Work for You

You CAN have control in your parenting. You CAN feel confident in your parenting. And you CAN experience stability in your parenting. 


By using strategies that work. By parenting smarter and not harder. 

One of the practical ways that you can do this and achieve that success in your parenting and with your toddler’s behavior is through the strategy of choice. Simply providing choices to your toddler. 

I’ve talked about this strategy before but today on the show I want to show you how you can use this strategy to work for you and with your own preferences in mind. These strategies are like your best friend. They’re on your side and they have your back. If you feel like these parenting strategies are out to get you or make your life worse, keep listening to the episode. 

Alright, now onto the power of choice. Let’s head to the show.


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The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 147: The How-To for Establishing Effective Rules for Toddlers

behavior podcast strategies Jan 25, 2022

What I know from studying the research (and personally living it out) is that kids - and all people - love and thrive on routine and structure and consistency.

But how can we create that structure, provide that consistency, and also tackle some of these typical unwanted toddler behaviors in our own homes in a practical way?

Rules, my friends. 

Contrary to what many people believe, rules actually provide freedom. That structure and that consistent expectation provides freedom, not the opposite. 

So today on the show I want to give you the how-to for creating effective rules for your toddlers that you can use at home, and I’ll walk you through two different rules I’ve successfully incorporated in my own home with my toddlers. 

Yep, these rules actually got rid of some unwanted behaviors that were driving me nuts. 

Let’s create some effective rules. Let’s head to the show. 


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The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 144: My Biggest Struggle in Parenting & How I Plan to Move Forward

We are wrapping up this year, and with the end of one year comes the beginning of another year. 

With a new year comes new goals, aspirations, improvements, and well-being. 

So today on the show I want to share with you my personal reflection of my parenting this past year, specifically my biggest struggle with parenting two young toddlers, and how I plan to move forward so that the struggle doesn’t stay as a struggle. 

I’m certain you’ll feel me in the struggle that I share today. You’re not alone. 

Let’s go to the show.


  • Laura Lynn shares where she struggles in her parenting as it relates to parenting two young toddlers; 
  • She explains the process she used to discover the solutions to overcome her common parenting struggles; and 
  • She shares the ways she plans to move forward in her struggles and how she plans to make improvements to her parenting journey...
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The Parenting Clubhouse Podcast Episode 142: Providing Choices: What To Do When It All Goes Wrong

What to do when you deliver a choice to your child, you’re banking that it’ll take care of all of that whining and toddler tantrum in that moment, and then flop: it all goes wrong. Or at least it seems that it all goes wrong. 

As I always say, we can use all of the best parenting strategies out there but our kids are still kids, they’re human, we’re human, and the strategies aren’t going to work 100% of the time. 

Don’t get me wrong, I firmly believe that strategies like providing choices are incredible and powerful and can have such a positive effect within your parenting, but the strategy may not work each and every time. This is normal and this is to be expected. That’s why it’s important to have an arsenal of good parenting strategies.

So today on the show I want to walk you through how to handle a situation that seems to go completely wrong when using the strategy of...

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