Disciplining Your Kids Part 2

PWP 16 I Disciplining Your Kids Part 2

Disciplining Your Kids Part 2After last week and our challenging exploration of corporal punishment as well as sharing the details of the discipline we received as kids, it’s a nice change to talk about peaceful methods of discipline in part 2 this week!

We start with an overview of using Natural Consequences in disciplining your kids.

Then we cover ways to Limit Privileges as a methodology for providing boundaries and discipline to your kids. Sarah highlights the methods she learned to employ as a 2nd grade teacher via Love and Logic.

We use both methods of discipline with our kids. Some are more effective at some times and less effective at others!

Stick around to the end to find out the winner of the week 4 children’s book giveaway!

Text PARENTS to 44222 right now to get more helpful resources like the ones you’ll hear about in this episode delivered to your inbox each week!

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PWP 16 I Disciplining Your Kids Part 2

After last week and our challenging exploration of corporal punishment as well as sharing the details of the discipline we received as kids, it’s a nice change to talk about peaceful methods of discipline in part 2 this week! 

We start with an overview of using Natural Consequences in disciplining your kids. 

Then we cover ways to Limit Privileges as a methodology for providing boundaries and discipline to your kids. Sarah highlights the methods she learned to employ as a 2nd grade teacher via Love and Logic.

We use both methods of discipline with our kids. Some are more effective at some times and less effective at others! 

Stick around to the end to find out the winner of the week 4 children’s book giveaway!

Text PARENTS to 44222 right now to get more helpful resources like the ones you’ll hear about in this episode delivered to your inbox each week!

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PWP 15 I Disciplining Your Kids

Today we examine the current state of discipline in America from the point of view provided by 2 recent studies.

Then we break down our own histories with corporal punishment in the context of how we discipline our own kids.

Finally, we review our own methods related to using Time Outs and go in depth to talk about best practices and roadblocks we have identified form our own experience.

Stick around to the end to find out the winner of the week 3 children’s book giveaway!

There is one more week left in March and you can text PARENTS to 44222 right now to be entered to win one of our favorite children’s book.

 

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Disciplining Your Kids

PWP 15 I Disciplining Your Kids

 

Disciplining Your KidsToday we examine the current state of discipline in America from the point of view provided by 2 recent studies.

Then we break down our own histories with corporal punishment in the context of how we discipline our own kids.

Finally, we review our own methods related to using Time Outs and go in depth to talk about best practices and roadblocks we have identified form our own experience.

Stick around to the end to find out the winner of the week 3 children’s book giveaway!

There is one more week left in March and you can text PARENTS to 44222 right now to be entered to win one of our favorite children’s book.

From this episode:

Items of interest:

parenting, toddlers, kids, family, motherhood, stay at home mom, time management

PWP 14 I Five Questions That Can Give You More Time

parenting, toddlers, kids, family, motherhood, stay at home mom, time managementDo you ever feel like you never have enough time?

Today we share five questions we use to save us time and energy.

They are very simple, actionable questions that we promise when used will yield instant time savings for you and your family.

There’s even a special one to help with sibling rivalry.

Also, you can now text PARENTS to 44222 to be entered to win one of our favorite children’s book!

In this episode:

  • How Sarah managed the best bath time yet with the boys
  • Super easy way to find out about your child’s day
  • Ninja-like approach to dealing with sibling arguments
  • Ending tantrums on a dime

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