Parenting is hard.
I don’t care who you are, what you do, how much money you have, where you live, how you parent, or even how many children you have. 329 more words
Sharon Doubet is an associate professor in the department of Special Education at Illinois State University. Sharon’s research focuses on the development of young children ages birth to five, families of young children with disabilities, qualitative research methodology, and the social emotional development of young children. 1,052 more words
There are many different ways to discipline a child. Often, we start out with the strategies we remember from our own childhood. Then, we may turn to advice from fellow parents. 512 more words
If I’ve learned one thing about parenting a toddler, it’s that everything you read about parenting toddlers is crap.
Many an article encouraged me to offer Miss E choices to help her feel like she has some control, and to attempt to avoid the inevitable power struggles. 385 more words