Positive Parenting

A collection of ideas for parenting kids after infancy using the attachment parenting approach or positive parenting approach including proactive discipline strategies that don't involve punishment or rewards.
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Kids are like SPONGES! They learn how to BE from how we treat THEM! Love this "parenting creed!" Get a FREE PRINTABLE copy of this at One Time Through

F is for Friendly: Encouraging Kindness, Sharing, and Attentive Listening

Kids are like SPONGES! They learn how to BE from how we treat THEM! Love this "parenting creed!" Get a FREE PRINTABLE copy of this at One Time Through

If you want to be patient and empathetic with your kids, these two words will help you stay focused!

The Day I Forgot How to Parent (And the Two Words that Brought Me Back)

If you want to be patient and empathetic with your kids, these two words will help you stay focused!

If you're struggling to find a discipline strategy that works. Check out these 5 phrases that interfere with effective discipline.

5 Phrases that Sabotage Effective Discipline

If you're struggling to find a discipline strategy that works. Check out these 5 phrases that interfere with effective discipline.

Tired of trying to figure out what to say to your child, only to be met with silence, grunts, or "Whatever, mom." Use these 45 questions to get your kids talking!

End the Silence! 45 Questions to Get Your Kids Talking

Tired of trying to figure out what to say to your child, only to be met with silence, grunts, or "Whatever, mom." Use these 45 questions to get your kids talking!

Perfectionism and parenting don't always mix. Here are 4 ways to embrace imperfection in parenting.

When Parenting Isn't Perfect.

Perfectionism and parenting don't always mix. Here are 4 ways to embrace imperfection in parenting.

Learn how to love your child even when they are throwing a tantrum or arguing. Do's and Don'ts of loving past your child's behavior.

Love Past the Behavior

Learn how to love your child even when they are throwing a tantrum or arguing. Do's and Don'ts of loving past your child's behavior.

Connecting with your kids is a great way to decrease tantrums, meltdowns, and other attention seeking activities. Connecting with your kids doesn't have to be hard. Use these 3 simple words to

3 words that will change how you connect with your kids.

Connecting with your kids is a great way to decrease tantrums, meltdowns, and other attention seeking activities. Connecting with your kids doesn't have to be hard. Use these 3 simple words to

Figuring out your child's social life can be confusing! Here are some do's and don'ts for parents who want to help their kids through friendship drama.

Your Child's Friendship Drama: Do's and Don'ts for Parents

Figuring out your child's social life can be confusing! Here are some do's and don'ts for parents who want to help their kids through friendship drama.

3 Ways Movement and Mindfulness Can Reduce Stress in Kids

3 Ways Movement and Mindfulness Can Reduce Stress in Kids

Feeling stressed can lead to irritability, tantrums, acting out and other behavior. Here are 3 ways to use movement and mindfulness to reduce your child's stress.and see a decrease in these behaviors!

You hate the fighting. You're tired of the arguments. You try everything you can think of to make it stop. But, could you be causing sibling rivalry in your home? Here are some tips to encourage siblings to get along!

Are you causing sibling rivalry?

You hate the fighting. You're tired of the arguments. You try everything you can think of to make it stop. But, could you be causing sibling rivalry in your home? Here are some tips to encourage siblings to get along!

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