Tag Archives: respect

My Child’s Inner Voice Is The Hurtful Words I Used To Say

There are often great discussions going on, on my blog’s Facebook page.  Sometimes though, there are comments from parents who disagree with a particular method or idea.  I don’t mind this because we are all learning and I invite others to share their ideas with me.  Being a gentle parenting page though, I do feel […]

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It’s The Little Things, Too

 “I can’t see in the dark.” – when Ryleigh is going to the bathroom at night and wants me to get up, too. “What are you reading?” – whenever I read anything at all. “Mom yook ad dis paypuh I jhaw.” – when Logan has scribbled hieroglyphics on the pages of my check register. “What […]

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Same Crap, Different Day = Different Method?

Little calendar I found myself making in my head without really realizing it: Monday: mostly redirected Tuesday: lots of hugs and affection Wednesday:silliness Thursday: redirected again Friday: firm but gentle reminders I’ve been learning a lot through trial and error when it comes to gentle parenting.  First off, it is extremely hard if it’s not something […]

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