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No More Food Fights

No More Food Fights

Put an End to Your Toddler’s Food Throwing in Three Easy Steps Somewhere, right at this moment, there’s a parent begging their toddler to puhlease, for the love of Peppa Pig, stooooooooop throwing your fooooooood.  How do we know this? Well, it’s definitely not...

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Managing Parent Preference

Managing Parent Preference

How to Get Your Toddler to Embrace Quality Time with Both Parents At the end of a looooooong day with your kid, there’s nothing better than hearing your partner say, “You’ve done so much today. I’ll take care of bathtime and bedtime. You just relax.” Ummmm, you had us...

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Toddler Discipline

The Do’s and Don’ts of Toddler Discipline

How to Curb Unwanted Behavior Using Related Consequences Gather ‘round warrior parents, because the time has come to discuss the hot topic sliding into our DMs on the daily. You may want to sit down for this one. At the very least, gird your loins. It’s time to talk...

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How to Manage a Tantrum Already in Progress

How to Manage a Tantrum Already in Progress

Go from Chaos to Calm in Three Simple Steps You’ve no doubt noticed your toddler has a looooot of BIG feelings, many of which seem to make little sense (read: absolutely no freaking sense). And those feelings often result in some of the most epic meltdowns the world...

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How Boundaries Stop Power Struggles and Prevent Meltdowns

How Boundaries Stop Power Struggles and Prevent Meltdowns

Learn to Hold Those Boundaries Like a Boss Raise your hand if you’ve ever been personally victimized by a toddler who lost their shiz when they didn’t get their way.  Look around, warrior parents. EVERY hand is up. We’ve ALL been there, and it always seems to happen...

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How to Stop Your Toddler from Hitting

How to Stop Your Toddler from Hitting

Your Step-by-Step Plan for Taming your Toddler’s Inner MMA Fighter The first rule of Toddler Fight Club is we have to talk about Toddler Fight Club #amiright? No one wants to be the parent of “the hitter.” And no, we’re not talking about a 3-year-old baseball prodigy....

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