PWP 24 | What NOT To Do With Your Kids Artwork

 

What NOT To Do With Your Kids ArtworkSometimes kids produce so much artwork that you can feel overwhelmed. After all, these precious creations seem to be items that we should keep!

But how can we possibly keep all of them? Are they all equally precious? after all, they were all created by our precious little one.

If we aren’t keeping all of them, how will we decide which to keep? And if we are keeping some of them, what will be do with them?

Can we handle adding extra tasks like ‘kids artwork management’ to our weekly list of tasks?

Let’s ponder these questions while talking about our own approach and thoughts on these topics in this week’s episode of the Parents Who Podcast, “What NOT To Do With Your Kids Artwork.”

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PWP 24 | What NOT To Do With Your Kids Artwork

Sometimes kids produce so much artwork that you can feel overwhelmed. After all, these precious creations seem to be items that we should keep! 

But how can we possibly keep all of them? Are they all equally precious? after all, they were all created by our precious little one. 

If we aren’t keeping all of them, how will we decide which to keep? And if we are keeping some of them, what will be do with them?

Can we handle adding extra tasks like ‘kids artwork management’ to our weekly list of tasks?

Let’s ponder these questions while talking about our own approach and thoughts on these topics in this week’s episode of the Parents Who Podcast, “What NOT To Do With Your Kids Artwork.”

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PWP 23 | Ending Bedtime Battles

 

8845646_s_optPutting your kids to sleep is a challenge akin to negotiating with the UN Security Council: tensions will run high and if talks break down there could be a nuclear meltdown.

Today we discuss 4 ways to make your nightly bedtime routine with your kids something that is not only civil and predictable, but also results in consistent success for you and your kids.

We reveal the devious methods of our 5 year old boys Mr. B and Mr. C in the endless quest to stay up just a little bit later. We talk about the strategies which have made positive differences in our nightly bedtime routines. We even talk about a new idea for bedtime which we haven’t used yet but which sounds like a great new idea to try.

All this and at least two chuckles and one mild guffaw in episode 23 of The Parents Who Podcast: Ending Bedtime Battles!

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PWP 23 | Ending Bedtime Battles

Putting your kids to sleep is a challenge akin to negotiating with the UN Security Council: tensions will run high and if talks break down there could be a nuclear meltdown.

Today we discuss 4 ways to make your nightly bedtime routine with your kids something that is not only civil and predictable, but also results in consistent success for you and your kids.

We reveal the devious methods of our 5 year old boys Mr. B and Mr. C in the endless quest to stay up just a little bit later. We talk about the strategies which have made positive differences in our nightly bedtime routines. We even talk about a new idea for bedtime which we haven’t used yet but which sounds like a great new idea to try.

All this and at least two chuckles and one mild guffaw in episode 23 of The Parents Who Podcast: Ending Bedtime Battles!

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PWP 22 | Ouch! How To Cope With Biting

Ouch How To Cope With BitingIn episode 22 of The Parents Who Podcast we talk with you about our experience coping with biting.

This is something that every parent has to deal with at some point with their child. It’s not particularly fun!

But we add plenty of spice and laughs as we also highlight some hilariously vintage parenting advice from 100 years ago.

We also focus on the biting experiences we’ve dealt with in our own home. Don’t miss Mr. C’s classic attempt at covering-up a biting incident he inflicted on his twin brother Mr. B. It’s a story which has become a staple tale of our family lore.

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