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Life With a Toddler: Why Toddlers Scream #toddler #tantrum

Brianna, © 2015 aspicyboycatandmyfatass.comMany toddlers scream when they want a parent's attention... it's their way of saying "Hey, look at me!" Others scream when they want something they... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...

How To Survive Toddlers

My daughter is approaching age two and we're experiencing all the fun things like everything being colored on, negotiating everything, constant messes, feeling like you don't have a life because no one wants to be around them, etc.  It's going t...
by Notes on Parenting on Sep 2, 2016

Being Honest: Parenting Can Be Tough

Over the last few weeks, several women have asked me what it's like to have kids- and I feel I have a duty to them- and to you guys- to be honest that while raising kids can be blooming life-affirming and wondrous, it can also be incredibly tough: me...
by Honest Mum on Aug 1, 2016

Sit Down!

“You are getting strapped into this seat whether you like it or not!” Mrs. Cutter and I have found ourselves saying those words quite a bit over the past month. The Cutlass has decided that she no longer likes riding … Continue read...
by The Cutter Rambles on May 10, 2016

What is Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder?

By David Joel Miller. Maybe that child does not have Bipolar Disorder? Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder F34.8 was added to the new DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders) partially because way too many children were gettin...
by counseolrssoapbox on Apr 29, 2016

What is Child Abuse?

What is Child Abuse? By Dr. Roger McIntire Caught on tape hitting and punching her 4-year-old daughter, Mom X was charged with battery to a child, the local paper reported. Mom X’s lawyer said they would plead guilty and hope for mercy from the...

How to handle Toddler Tantrums

How to handle toddler tantrums is a topic discussed between my mums group frequently. For months I had nothing much to add to the conversation, my little ray of sunshine was pretty calm – oh lucky… View Post The post How to handle Toddl...
by www.mamamim.com on Feb 20, 2016

Dealing With An Inconsolable Baby

Not knowing what your baby needs or wants is one of the most frustrating things in the world.  As a seasoned parent on my fifth child, I still don't have it figured out because every baby is different.  Here are some things to try if your b...
by Notes on Parenting on Feb 9, 2016

When Your Child Makes An Absolute Show Of You…

Ah Monday. A new week. Full of potential. Potential to be shit, that is. The kids were full of the Monday Blues this morning. I can only assume that a busy weekend with their cousins caught up with them and they were tired. Let’s face it, who l...
by Confessions Of An Irish Mammy on Jan 11, 2016

Mastering Toddler Tantrums #BigSteps

We all know toddlers have tantrums, they are inevitable and a very normal part of a toddlers development. It doesn't mean you are doing anything wrong, it doesn't mean they are naughty. At some point every child will have a tantrum!The biggest tip I...
by 3 Princesses and 1 Dude! on Dec 8, 2015

Fall Back…Into Happiness?

Here’s another one for the “my children are weird” files: In the Spring, we were somewhat excited about the switch to Daylight Saving Time. We thought that by moving the clocks ahead, we’d artificially adjust the twins’...
by The Cutter Rambles on Nov 16, 2015

The Price of Anger

Anger doesn’t come cheap. You might think it’s the most liberating thing in the world, to get angry and let it all out, and find yourself lost in fits of rage. But yeah, anger comes with a real heavy price. And sometimes, you end up doing...
by The Wasted Wanderer on Jul 1, 2015

I Can’t Stop Buying My Kids Toys

I hope I'm not alone in admitting I can't stop buying my kids toys. I've become THAT parent. Before kids, I was all for, 'don't spoil the children yet to be born' but well, life is hard and when supermarket shopping needs to be done or peace restored...
by Honest Mum on Apr 22, 2015

Tips on Dealing with Tantrums and the Terrible Twos

Most of us have had terrible two year olds on our hands at some point haven’t we-please tell me you can relate-that loss of control, the irritation, embarrassment and frankly, downright fatigue of dealing with a 2 going on 12 year old ‘tw...
by Honest Mum on Mar 10, 2015

5 Things You Will Learn from Siblings with Autism

If you have a sibling—or child—with special needs, it can draw the family closer together and bring unexpected blessings as well.
by Hunter Happenings on Feb 26, 2015

How to deal with teenage tantrums?

Dealing with teenagers' emotions isn't always easy, especially when you're juggling work pressures too. Teenagers can go from nought to ten out of the blue, sometimes over quite trivial triggers. And they often express those emotions forcefully - not...
by KSRealityBites on Feb 10, 2015

Book Review: Sam's Pet Temper

Author: Sangeeta BhardraIllustrator: Marion ArbonaInterest Level: Ages 3 and UpFree Activity Page Click HEREFrom the Book Jacket: Sam has a new pet. It's a TEMPER, and he found it on the playground. At first, the Temper is great company. Bu...
by Books That Heal Kids on Nov 2, 2014

Dealing with the Introverted RAD Kid: Introverted Tantrums and the Fall Back Technique

by John and Diane RAD kids or children with trust, attachment or trauma disorders, tantrum or “go off” in two different ways. Some are extroverted: meaning they direct their anger outwards- towards You (lucky you…) calling you names, breaking y...
by Foster Parent Rescue on Aug 22, 2014

Fitz & the Tantrums — Pickin' Up the Pieces.

Fitz & the Tantrums by Mary on Grooveshark...
by Aeolian Harp on Aug 15, 2014

Doctor's Office

When Little L. was a baby she used to scream and cry the moment we walked into the building. Her baby six-sense must have told her that something painful was coming. It was the really bad kind of cry too, the kind that rips right through your ear dru...
by Tiny Reader on Jul 1, 2014


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