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August 25, 2017

  1.  Listen to the child. Do what she asks some of the time.

  2. Set an eat and sleep schedule and stick to it.  Sleepy hungry kids don’t obey very well.

  3. Talk about why our family does things (because it works better, we are smart, and we love each other).

  4. T...

August 18, 2017

When we don’t understand what Carter is trying to say, we guess out loud.

  1. Would you like a cheese stick?

  2. I’ll take you out of the high chair.

  3. You must be finished eating.

  4. Are you looking for the ball?

  5. Your sneakers are blue.

  6. I think your dia...

August 11, 2017

My grandson, Carter, is almost two years old. He is ready to talk, but he doesn’t have words. He does listen very carefully. He understands a lot of our words. He uses body language to reply.  This form of conversation takes a little more listening time. It does beat l...

August 4, 2017

I was in a day care center observing a lovely teacher use play dough with a 2-year-old. They were having fun. It was a great experience for the two of them. The teacher said, “Pass it to me. Here is some. Roll it into a big ball. Put it over there.” The main problem wa...

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