Hitting others is usually a common physical response for toddlers who are unable to share their emotions through words. But that doesn’t make it appropriate behavior. Learn how to resolve this issue in your home.
Toddler tantrums are real. And they can last forever. Learning how to overcome tantrums and address your toddler’s behavior begins with asking some key questions about their behavior to understand what’s going on under the surface.
Teaching your toddler to obey is one of the most important building blocks for their continued development. Learn how to establish a healthy foundation of obedience in your home.
How do you get your children to obey, and what should you do when they won’t?
Having a wild child can bring the eyes of judgment in every aisle of the grocery store. More discipline is not always the best answer. Explore how love, respect, grace, and forgiveness can equip you as you respond to your wild child.
How can you make discipline a reality in your family? It doesn’t happen overnight. Explore a few guiding principles to help implement important discipline steps in your family.
These simple ways of disciplining your children enables other adults to see past your children’s behavior and enrich their lives.
Is your toddler a climber? Here are a few ways that other parents have found to keep little climbers safe while also encouraging their curiosity.
While some kids enjoy following rules, you might have a child who loves to break them. To help encourage a rule-breaker child’s personality, John and Danny offer some ideas for leading your son or daughter in a godly direction. Featuring Connie Albers.
Out of control children want the boundaries and consistency parents can give. With these three steps you can help your wild child.