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Is there – or will there be – a new addition in your life? Growing a family is an exciting journey. The Baby Cubby family would love to walk that journey with you and become a part of your story. There are many baby shops online. What makes The Baby Cubby different? Karly Osborne shares: […]Continue reading
By Ava Parnass, Child Therapist This week’s topic: Bossy [Read the previous post: Become a Behavior Detective] Below is a mock discussion with a child, assuming they could find the right words and responses when feeling bossed around and hovered over during play time, etc. Discussion: 1. Child: “It’s disappointing when I can’t do things […]Continue reading
Each Monday, Ava and I blog over on the Kabongo site: Mondays with Ava & Shara. Ava requested that we chat here this week about a topic near/dear to her heart: parental judgement and self judgement. I will share my own thoughts below, after Ava’s statements. Ava shares: A while back, Nathalie Brown from EasyPeasyKids […]Continue reading
In a simple and beautiful way, Wendy from Kidlutions has presented us with something to ponder… in regard to our own parenting advice. How often do we say these things to our kids or students, eh? Wendy kindly agreed to let me re-post her lovely graphic. I’m pondering it now… (181)Continue reading
Guest post submitted by Sharon Silver of Proactive Parenting Intro: I’m proud to welcome Sharon Silver to Mommy Perks as a guest author. This is Sharon’s very first time writing for another site. Thank you for taking the time, Sharon, and thanks for your helpful tips below! Getting Better Behavior Without Yelling Have you ever […]Continue reading
I recently asked a few moms, “What does being a mother mean to you?” Here’s what they had to say! Dawn: My kids mean love and compassion. Being a mother to my two wonderful boys is the best choice I ever made. I would not change my life for anyone elses. We are a perfect […]Continue reading