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Riley Lunt | Montessori by June on Instagram: "Bet you didn’t know this was a Montessori trick?!? I talked about this trick in a reel awhile ago and someone accused me of stealing it from Bluey 😂😂 well guess what my mom used this trick with us more than 20 years ago and I’ve seen it used in every montessori classroom I’ve observed!!! Not to say it’s exclusively a montessori trick though! It’s called the hand on the shoulder trick. I actually have my daughter put her hand in my leg because it
Devon Kuntzman PCC | TODDLER EXPERT | Ages 1-5 on Instagram: "Are you ever in the middle of playtime with your toddler and she just flat out hits you, seemingly out of nowhere? Or does your toddler impulsively hit other children and laugh? If this is true for your toddler, let me start by telling you that you haven’t failed as a parent. It's NOT your fault, your child is NOT bad, he did NOT do it to cause pain. In fact, there’s nothing wrong or bad about your child at all and, on the surface,
Blimie Heller, Parent Coach on Instagram: "Of course even if I welcome the anger and hear the vulnerable message underneath in the moment, after the fact I can share with them how I would prefer for them to communicate in the future if I think it’s necessary. Also, if it’s too much for me to hear them in the moment, I try to honor that and take time to be with myself and what’s coming up for me before listening to them. Additionally, if I don’t feel able to hear the anger, I don’t believe in
Demi | Paediatric Physio on Instagram: "Hi I’m Demi, a paediatric physiotherapist and mum to a 24 month old little boy, Harry! My little one has gotten to the age where running, jumping, climbing and exploring are his favourite things to do. Instinctively, my first thoughts are to tell him to ‘be careful!’. Keep reading to learn why I've stopped saying this (even though my head is screaming at me to!) and things I say instead! WHY? Saying be careful is non-specific! What does it actually mea
Kelsey Pomeroy on Instagram: "Our toddler refused to say he's "sorry". This was a big parenting problem for us. It took a lot of months and a lot of research to solve this parenting problem, but finally we came up with the solution! This is part 1 in a series I'm calling: " Our parenting problems and what actually fixed it!" . . . . . . #momhack #momsofinstagram #toddlersofinstagram #gentleparenting #momtip #parentingwin #midwest #missouri #kelsewhatelse #kansascity"
BIG LIFE JOURNAL | Parenting on Instagram: "Free Friday Printable ✨ My End of School Year Interview ✨ “Link in Bio” to download this week's Free printable! This week, we created the “2023 End of School Year Interview” to help your child reflect on their academic, social, and emotional growth in a fun and engaging way. It includes questions and prompts for capturing the best memories of the school year. Closing the door on the school year in a positive, creative way will ease your child into
Tom Piccirilli • Parenting on Instagram: "5 reminders for all parents. One caveat though, although I think the Jayne Johnson quote is powerful, parents need to remember it’s ok to lose it sometimes. We are only human, sometimes we’re tired, exhausted and low on patience. If we lose it, then our child will see that we are human, and it opens up an opportunity for us to model repair, and show them that we all stumble at times but we are accountable for our actions, and also, people can make mistak
Dr. Jazmine | Positive Parenting & Discipline on Instagram: "I know it's tempting to fall back on shouting at our kids to hurry when we're in a rush. But it often just leads to more dawdling because now they feel pressured and can sense our impatience. Here's what to say instead! PS: Want to cultivate more patience when it comes to discipline? Want more cooperation without yelling? Don't miss my free discipline workshop. After this workshop, you'll know: 👉Tips for staying calm
KelseWhatElse on Instagram: "I never pack for a trip traveling with children without packing painter's tape! And I have never been on a trip where I packed the painter's tape where I haven't used the painter's tape! It's a miracle item that helps us sleep better, play better, and live safer while we're on the go! What is your must-have family travel item?? . . . . . . #kelsewhatelse #familytravel #travelwithtoddler #painterstape #familytravelhack #travelhack #momhack #momtips"
KelseWhatElse on Instagram: "This is one of my parenting tricks to get my kids " stop whining". Or more specifically, this is my parenting method to help reframe the "no". Instead of just saying, "no because I said so", I help him understand that I can't get the chocolate by putting us on the same team for wanting the chocolate. Also with this method, I model for him what it looks like to be okay with the "no" and process through not being able to get the chocolate when we want to. I think mo
Relationships | Parenting: Stephen, PhD & Erin, MACP on Instagram: "Anyone ever been here? If you have been in this family dysregulation cycle and can’t see a way to something new or if you even struggle to know what is even happening!, this can be a good way to break out of old cycles. Do you and your partner get stuck feeling missed in your experience? Do you even try to talk about it or does it feel too much like a lost cause? How does your conversation go? Or how do you worry it would go?
Save Your Sons 🇺🇸 on Instagram: "SAVE THIS as a reference for later ------------ A great dad teaches his kids how to think There are all types of bad-actors out there vying for control of your kids' brains Use this list to arm your kids with the protection of thinking for themselves Remember, great thinkers use: -Pattern recognition -Inferences -Reverse engineering -Prediction -Synthesis Combine those five skills with the self-awareness that comes from learning the list in this post, and
Pady on Instagram: "“More than a little bit upset.” “It’s hard for babies to do that. They’re still babies, they don’t understand” (that you don’t always get what you want) “Today I had a hard time doing my emotions.” I told papa, “stop, breathe slow, and make a smart choice for papa” “That’s emotions!”"
Sensory Stories by Nicole on Instagram: ""When you aren't quite feeling right but don't want to be mean, you can say, 'I'm not feeling my best self, I need a min.'" Very wise words. We all have those moments and we all sometimes need a minute to process our own feelings. This is a great strategy to avoid taking our emotions out on those around us who really don't deserve it. Of course, this isn't something people can do when they are in meltdown mode and can barely tolerate being in their own
Destini Davis | Certified Parent Coach on Instagram: "Redirection will always be the FIRST tool I go to. It’s just tried and true and genuinely the easiest way to consider everyone’s priorities. This isn’t a dictatorship. For me, parenting is partnership. I’m leading… but I’m considering you, your thoughts, emotions, and needs in my leadership.. ALWAYS 🏾"
Beth Ann Tieche on Instagram: "🔗 Want a stronger connection with your kids? Say a few of these at bedtime! 😴😴😴 Hit save to find these 12 phrases that teach our kids: 💜 Self-love!! Affirm kids’ inner worth and remind them perfection is never needed!! Our unconditional love teaches them self-love. 🗣️Open communication! Keep the lines of communication open! We want our kids to trust that we’re safe to come to - even with the big, messy problems. 🧠 A growth mindset! Call out kids’ efforts to