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September 29, 2017

"He's 22 months old and he knows what he means! It's just the rest of us who can't understand his words yet." 

September 22, 2017

Why is “No” one of a baby’s first words? Probably because parents say it a lot to a baby. Because children need to know what we want them to do, we need more explaining words and fewer “Nos”: “Eat your food, don’t throw it on the floor.” “Crawl down the stairs backward...

September 15, 2017

Children who are tired or hungry, are also almost always cranky, stubborn, and won’t do what a mama asks.  During a cranky morning getting ready to go swimming, our grandchildren fought putting on their bathing suits, refused to put on sunscreen, and were otherwise orn...

September 8, 2017

Our grandson, age 1 ½ years, was marching around the table with a toy stroller. I said, “Where is baby doll?” He walked off into his sisters’ bedroom. I ran in there, when I heard his bloodcurdling scream. He was pointing to the top shelf where somebody had put the bab...

September 1, 2017

Why is it important to listen to a child even before he learns to talk? First, so that you can give him the words for what he is doing. Second, a mama who listens is modeling the act of listening. If we want our children to listen to us, we must listen to them. Real li...

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