Because we never stop evolving as parents or as people, I’m sharing your top 10 favorite parentings tip and advice of the year!
This Year’s Top 10 Parenting Tips and Advice
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Let’s take a look at your favorite posts that made them the most popular parenting posts on The Jenny Evolution.
Potty training children takes up a ridiculous amount of our time as parents. Whether it’s talking about when we should start training, thinking about how the training is going or wondering if we’re doing everything we can to make the process go faster, we’re all thinking about it when our kids are in diapers.
While every baby and toddler learns at a different rate, there are some things that most children should know by a certain age. These markers are known as milestones, and it is just one of many ways to make sure your child is developing on step with other children the same age.
Meltdowns with children can just be brutal. Sure, children have temper tantrums but meltdown are something completely different. Meltdowns are when your child is so emotionally overcharged that they lose complete control over themselves. The single best way to manage meltdowns is to help your child learn how to manage their emotions before they lose emotional control.
Potty training can be a process of trial and error. It can be both exciting and quite frustrating. Rest assured, eventually your child will be potty trained. It’s not like you see teenagers running around in diapers! That being said, there are proven manage meltdowns that have worked for parents over the years.
Sometimes we wish we had a magic wand as a parent in getting our children to calm down when their emotions run high. This simple trick presented will teach your child how to instantly get themselves to self calm in many situations.
Are you considering giving solid foods to your baby. Are you not sure if he or she is ready yet? Are you not certain just what and how to feed him? Here are some top tips for introducing solid foods to your baby.
Does it feel like pulling teeth to get your kids to talk to you at dinner? Do you barely get a response when you ask how their day was? I’ve come across an awesome program that gives you some amazing dinner conversation starters to get some lively talks going… the kind that don’t end just because dinner does.
While we may think that kids should be able to identify and communicate how they are feeling, the truth is they have to be taught. Here are some tips on how to help kids understand their emotions.
Children get angry. It’s just a fact of life. But when your child gets explosive angry, it can be time to start addressing how to help your child manage those feelings. Anger books for kids is a perfect way of approaching the discussion and getting it going.
Moms all over the world often spend the morning frustrated because their children run behind. They know there has to be a better way. Using these sure-fire tips to make your morning routine for school run smoother, your day can start on a positive note rather than a sour one.
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