Originally Posted by justKate
Is there any possibility that the leader would include a GD-friendly book as a part of the group's reading list? It might be neat to compare/contrast the different discipline...
You might want to check out Java Mama, a cafe designed for families with young children. They are re-opening on May 5th after a recent move. The new address is:
9880 Hibert Street
San Diego, 92131
Originally Posted by choochootrain
We will be getting her to a therapist in the late summer, when my husband starts his new job.
Glad to hear she'll be starting counseling soon. In the meantime, you may...
Here's a new one:
The other day my 2-two-old was looking for the hammer on her hammer-and-peg set. Then she said:
“Mommy, can’t find my hammer anywhere...."
She thought for a moment, the said something like, "I...
Originally Posted by Heavenly
: My kids are in Christian school so I'm glad I wouldn't have to deal with this situation.
Maybe your kids will never hear this kind of lesson, but that does not mean kids...
As for books, I'll recommend a couple classics that I've found helpful:
How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish
Adventures In Gentle Discipline by Hilary Flower