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Eating Out with Kids: Restaurant Behavior

By JustMommies staff

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Discipline Solution Children can be both excited and bored when at a restaurant. They can find it difficult to sit in one place for the length of time necessary to order, wait, eat, and pay for the meal. This problem is one that improves with age, development
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Eating Out with Kids: Restaurant Behavior

By JustMommies staff

By Elizabeth Pantley, author of The No-Cry Discipline Solution Children can be both excited and bored when at a restaurant. They can find it difficult to sit in one place for the length of time necessary to order, wait, eat, and pay for the meal. This problem is one that improves with age, development
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Outsmarting Your Toddler – Best Discipline Strategies

By Nancy Da Silva

Parents who are afraid of disciplining their children and saying ‘no’ are creating a society of little terrors and down right brats. Then these same parents bemoan the breakdown of society. Are these little terrors who they don’t dare say ‘no’ to so their children’s precious creativity isn’t
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The Discipline Quiz: True of False

By Chick Moorman

Do you have a well thought-out discipline system in place in your family? Most parents don’t. Often parents simply discipline the way they themselves were disciplined. Some choose to do just the opposite and pick a discipline style that is contrary to how they were raised. The discipline techniques
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The Discipline Quiz: True of False

By Chick Moorman

Do you have a well thought-out discipline system in place in your family? Most parents don’t. Often parents simply discipline the way they themselves were disciplined. Some choose to do just the opposite and pick a discipline style that is contrary to how they were raised. The discipline techniques
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The Four Parts to Discipline

By Elizabeth Pantley

From The No-Cry Discipline Solution (McGraw-Hill) by Elizabeth Pantley Discipline is a very complicated and complex matter. We want to enjoy our children, we don’t want to stress about the little things, and we want to be forgiving to our children and our selves. However – there are many, many things
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The Four Parts to Discipline

By Elizabeth Pantley

From The No-Cry Discipline Solution (McGraw-Hill) by Elizabeth Pantley Discipline is a very complicated and complex matter. We want to enjoy our children, we don’t want to stress about the little things, and we want to be forgiving to our children and our selves. However – there are many, many things
» Read more

Time Out & Your Toddler: When Can You Start?

By Nancy Da Silva

Ninety percent of the time when your toddler misbehaves it’s because he wants attention. Think about it. In your busy life, you do your best to fulfill the needs of your child, your spouse, your work and if you’re lucky, yourself. You love your child but you feed him, clothe him and bathe him as
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Toddler Bullies: Taking The ‘Play’ Out Of Playtime

By Nancy Da Silva

We all remember the schoolyard bully. Sometimes we were on the receiving end of their taunts and aggression, sometimes we watched as they teased someone else. Hopefully once we get older we no longer have to deal with bullies. But what happens when the bullying is now happening to our children and well
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Toddler Tantrums: Dealing with Tantrums in Public

By JustMommies staff

You may think that there’s nothing worse than your toddler’s tantrums, until your toddler has one in public. Then you have to manage not only an out-of-control child, but also the disapproving and not-so-sympathetic stares of strangers. When your toddler lets loose with an earth-shattering tantrum,
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