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Positive Parenting & Boundaries

Every day I reflect on my parenting skills. I always question whether I’m/we’re doing the very best for our 5-year-old son. He’s a bright, sensitive, intelligent, well-behaved (most of the time) little human and we’re ever so proud of him. 1,973 more words

Against Smacking

Now That Parents Came to School, What Do We Do With Them?

Parenting takes a lot of skill and patience and is always a ‘work in progress’. The social skills, cognitive potential, and behavioral functioning that a child acquires during the earliest years are fundamentally dependent on the quality of their interactions with their parents.   758 more words

Education Management

Mom-shaming trends, according to a national poll

By Marielle Joy Opana

We are all aware of stories of bullying that target the youth today, but little did we know that even our own moms could suffer massive shaming about their parenting style. 688 more words

Life & Style

Teasing to Connect With Children

A Great Big Beautiful is about creating more love, joy, happiness and magic in our lives, and hopefully inspiring others to bring a bit of that home too. 820 more words


Puberty Smells, Bells & Whistles Update: I found Instructions!

I found some INSTRUCTIONS!!!!!!!!

God I love Google.

Look at what my internet trawling discovered…..

That’s right People.

Some instructions on how to address the onset of puberty AND its tailored for our Mini Male Munchkins with special and extra needs. 127 more words

Eight Tips for Helping Siblings Get Along

  1. Use consequences for conflict. You get to decide when a consequence is issued. You may decide it is only for physical aggression, or you may decide that it’s when a child starts yelling.
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Give me time 

We know our little man likes to take his time to warm up to crowds, and that’s just how it is. It’s no surprise as Tom and I are totally the same. 328 more words