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Remember to Laugh

When your child mispronounces a word, don’t rush to correct, laugh to yourself about how cute it sounds.⁠ ⁠ When your child gets themselves dressed and layers on three shirts and two skirts, laugh to yourself and enjoy their style.⁠

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My Toddler Keeps Hitting Me!

  What do you suggest when my toddler keeps hitting me when he is upset or unhappy? First of all, I am going to address the elephant in the room. Your hitting toddler is not a reflection of your abilities

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Possibly Racist: Maybe Yes, Maybe No.

Three 4 year old children were playing together. Girl A: Who should I give this stick to? Girl B and Boy: Me, me, me! Girl A: I can’t give it to you. You are not my same color. Which response

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A Parenting Coach and A Shattering Heart.

NY Times Parenting article written by Norma Newton, I’m Darker than My Daughter. Here Is Why It Matters, references my work. This opinion piece is raw and brutally honest. Norma’s transparency shares a glimpse into the depth and range of

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Self-Worth: Parenting Without Disclaimers

Did you know your responses to people in public are displays of your self worth? Compliments you hear as a woman: Passerby: I love your blouse.You: Really? It’s so old. I got it on sale. Passerby: Wow, your hair looks

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Mommy Created Defiance Issue?

Hello Everyone, I am often asked about my process when working with families.  In response, I will be rolling out the Case Study Series. This series will provide a window into the services I am honored to provide children and families.

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