How To Communicate With Your Toddler

Communication is one of the most challenging things for people and in relationships. Communication with your toddler…maybe the hardest! I’m giving you some tips on better communication with your toddler that you can carry over through their childhood so you can both feel less stressed and maybe see less tantrums. 1. Do Not Ask Questions Okay…

Tips For Dealing With Tantrums

Tantrums are real and they are going to happen. It’s a really difficult time when they start, but if you follow some simple tips and stay consistent you can reduce the tantrums significantly. I’m giving you some of the best tips I’ve gathered along the way of teaching in special education and from my motherhood…

Picky Eating Vs. Therapy Need

“My kid is just picky.” “He just doesn’t like that kind of food.” “My child can’t eat any foods with that texture.” We hear this a lot from parents but do you really know if your child is just being picky or may need some support from feeding therapy? Being a former special education teacher…

3 Ways to Create a Great Stroller Environment 

What’s the worst part about the stroller for you? Getting your child in and settled or keeping them content? For me it’s both! I pulled some tips together for you. Izzy isn’t the best in a stroller or carseat or really anything that restrains her. I’ve learned how to keep her comfortable & content while…

Oh boy, and girl tantrums

Tantrums… your baby, toddler or child hasn’t had one yet? THEY WILL! I give you 3 tips to help you survive and overcome tantrums. 1.Give your toddler/child choices. Yes YOU are going to give them 2 or 3 choices. First be sure you are okay with any choice. For example you could say, “It’s time to…

Baby Tantrums

You know what I am talking about! If you don’t, lucky you THANK YOUR LUCKY STARS… and just wait! Behaviors do not start because of how you are parenting, they start because your child is testing their boundaries. It’s what you do with those behaviors once they arise that makes the difference. I’m a mom…