Gentle parenting: How to handle 'bad behaviour' towards other children Hello friends! A gentle parenting/ unconditional parenting post for you today, about the issue of apologies; more specifically getting kids to apologise (or not). If you connect with this post please do also check out my other . . .
Unconditional parenting: 5 things we use for parenting without punishment Unconditional parenting and parenting without punishment Good morrow from the Thai-Burma border, lovelies. If you haven’t checked out our Vlogmas videos on YouTube, and fancy having a look at the magical Unicorn Cafe . . .
Gentle parenting at Christmas Gentle parenting tips for the holiday season Gentle parenting: Hey guys! It's that time of year, with the madness and the frenzied shopping and the food buying and the present wrapping and the lots-of-people, and the puddings and the aunties and the trees and the . . .
Elf on the shelf ideas: I'm watching YOU, Elf on the shelf. Happy Advent y'all! It's a respectful parenting/ unconditional parenting post from me today about Elf on the shelf ideas, after a quick travel catch-up. We are currently in the bustling city of Bangkok and loving it. Due to Mount . . .
Respectful parenting: Back to Love. Respectful parenting: Parenting in a world that has redefined Love Hey, all you lovely people. I just wanted to start by saying, "thank you." Thank you for reading my posts, thank you for letting me know that some of you have felt inspired to think in new ways . . .
25 ways to use love languages to show love to your kids In my previous post about love languages I spoke about how helpful Patrick and I have found it to learn about love languages and use them to demonstrate care for each other. It is also a fantastic way to connect with your children; identifying . . .
Respectful parenting: Compliance vs. obedience Ok, I confess. A bit of a clickbait title. Seriously though, I just published a post about the difference between rules and principles and I'm on a respectful parenting / child development roll so I'm gonna just crack right on with the obedience vs. . . .
Why principles are better than rules Hey, y'all. Today I'm going to write about one of my favourite subjects: child development. Specifically, how to raise 'reasonable' children. Writing that sentence feels a bit wrong to me, as often we have been conditioned to think that 'raising' children . . .
What are Love Languages?(Identifying your Love Language) It has been said that having a baby is like buying a blender without the instruction manual or the lid, and occasionally you feel like taking it back to the store (cue slightly manic laugh). Caring for babies and figuring out their . . .