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  1. Baby
    "How much more precious is a little humanity than all the rules in the world?" - Jean Piaget I'll admit I haven't yet entered toddler territory, but I do have a fast-growing boy nearing his first birthday. And with that has come an ever-moving, ever-exploring youngster. What joy to see the...
  2. New Member Introductions
    Hi All, Any input would be very helpful. I live in El Salvador with my husband and am getting ready to return to work, our son is 15 months. He will be going to nursery for the first time. There is a Reggio school near us. I've read a lot about Reggio and it's emphasis on play as learning and...
  3. Gentle Discipline
    First of all, sorry in advance for the long post (also if posted in the wrong section, I'm new to this site). Okay let me start off by stating that technically they're my step kids and their biological mother is IMPOSSIBLE to work with in regards to what is best for the kids. There's three...
  4. The Childhood Years
    I am desperately needing help with how to have a positive parent child conversation with my 8 yo DD. She has a very smart and sassy mouth with little respect for me, single mom, 30 years old. It is like I need a script that tells me what my responses should be when she is being ugly so that I...
  5. Judy Arnall
    There have been a lot of opinions published online lately regarding public shaming of children on the internet and social media, in order to teach kids a lesson and acquire good behaviour. Public shaming is emotionally damaging to children, erodes their self-esteem and shuts down communication...
  6. Other
    One of the most frequent questions I get is, How do I get my child to listen to me? What lingers in the roots just beneath this question is, How do I get her to respect me? The two are intimately entwined. As so often happens with Life's sticky questions, sometimes we can unstick things a bit...
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