All Discussions Tagged 'behavior' (6)

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Should we discipline other people's children?

Curious about your thoughts on this dilemma: Disciplining kids is difficult enough, but what do we do when other people’s kids enter the pi…

Started by Cheryl Levi

0 Apr 19, 2012

Are toddler meltdowns pushing you against the wall?

Does your toddler throw tantrums even if you say a faint no? Toddler tantrums can turn into discipline problems if not handled properly. If…

Started by Bella Johns

0 Mar 29, 2012

Get your kids to listen—the first time!

...No nagging or yelling required. Did you know that personality may actually fuel your child's misbehavior?  This F*R*E*E parenting webi…

Started by Roz Kirby Walker

1 Jan 17, 2012
Reply by Gina Baker

teens disrupting class as told from a teen perspective

I have a new post on my blog from a 17yr old talking about the bratty behavior of kids her age and how this behavior disrupts the classroom…

Started by leslie brazil

0 Apr 16, 2011

Bedtime...is it a struggle for you?

I just did a blog post about betime with my 2 and 5 year old. It is somewhat light hearted, but does offer a few tips if you struggle with…

Started by Amy McClave

4 Aug 6, 2010
Reply by Deborah Pedrick

Who buys your jewelry????

Hi ladies! I really need your input!!!!   Do women think it is okay to buy their own jewelry? Do you buy your own jewelry? Read my blog po…

Started by Dawn @ CarolinaClover.Com

0 Jul 21, 2010

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