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My Child's Best is Good Enough

My Child's Best is Good Enough

Recently, my daughter was reading to me as part of her daily homework. She was distracted, fidgeting, randomly guessing words, not trying to sound out. I was getting really frustrated.
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Baby's First Word

Baby's First Word

Many important steps lead to that special day. These are some critical pre-linguistic skills and are the foundation for talking.
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Expectations and Playtime

Expectations and Playtime

Does your toddler get bored with one toy or activity too quickly? It can be frustrating for any caregiver AND toddler. Due to their level of brain maturation, toddlers have a very short attention span!
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Mantra For When You Lose It

Mantra For When You Lose It

We’ve been in a pandemic for over a year now with isolation from loved ones and humans in general, little parental support, while managing work from home, educating kids, and self-care. Did I miss anything?⁣
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Age Appropriate Routines

Age Appropriate Routines

I wholeheartedly believe that routines are everything - children CRAVE them, learn through them, and thrive with them. And YOU, mama, have the power to create them.
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Being a Good Mom vs Social Media

Being a Good Mom vs Social Media

The image of the perfect mother that you have in your mind, that you piece together from social media and the highlight rolls of others... she doesn't exist.
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Your Toddler's Tantrum

Your Toddler's Tantrum

Please hear this: Your toddler's tantrum says NOTHING about you as a parent. YOU are doing great. And YOU did not mess this whole parenting thing up. BYE GUILT!
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Primary Task of Parenting

Primary Task of Parenting

Being committed to conscious and gentle parenting isn’t always easy when you weren’t raised that way. Breaking old and unconscious habits can be difficult. We accept and give the types of love we received when growing up.
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Power of Choices

Power of Choices

Even if your child isn’t using words yet, your child can still practice making a request by pointing or reaching for the item they want.
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5 Ways to Respond to Your Child's Mistake

5 Ways to Respond to Your Child's Mistake

When your child makes a mistake showing compassion and interest in your child and trying to understand the internal drive that led them to the action, helps your child develop self-compassion and compassion toward others.
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Creating Curiosity

Creating Curiosity

All behavior is a form of communication and I invite you to get CURIOUS! When you see your child exhibiting a behavior that you don’t think is acceptable, start by looking at the need, emotion, or feeling that a child is unable to properly communicate.
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Emotional Literacy

Emotional Literacy

Emotional literacy is one of the foundational building blocks for your child’s future mental & emotional health.
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