Children aren’t all the same. That was clear the moment we stepped into our first Parenting Now! Incredible Infants class. Some of the babies were curiously staring around the room, some screaming, some cowering into their mothers’ arms, and some happy as could be to get the whole room’s attention. Pack eleven babies of about […]
9 Guidelines for Assertive Parenting Want to hear about the how and why of Assertive Discipline? Check out our newest blog on LaneKids/Triple P.
Letting your child take risks is an important part of their development that helps your child to grow and to handle challenges. Letting your child take risks can also be scary and exciting! Learn more about your child and risks in this latest Triple P blog entry on the LaneKids website. Link: http://www.lanekids.org/to-risk-or-not-to-risk-that-is-the-question/
Do you wonder how much screen time your child should have? How to make decisions about it all? You’ll find info in this latest Triple P blog post on Lane Kids about the Who? What? When? and Where? of kids and screen time, as well as hear what experts are saying. En español: El dilema sobre […]
Your toddler is talking, exploring and being more independent. They are also having to manage all sorts of emotions. Tips for helping your child learn to handle their emotions.
Spring is surely on the horizon, but winter rains and more will still be here for a while. Here’s some great ideas for winter fun and winter safety. En español: Haz maravillas del invierno y no una preocupación más.
Help support Parenting Now! by being part of the Oregon Children’s Contest this month! $25 from EVERY FEBRUARY photo session goes directly to Parenting Now! What could be better than having great family photos by one of the amazing participating photographers for a special rate AND being part of the Oregon Children’s contest (with photos displayed […]
We’ve all seen it. You are in line at the grocery store and someone’s child is having a meltdown right there in the aisle. The howls, the tears, the frazzled parent just trying to pick up food for dinner. We’ve all thought to ourselves, “Whoa, glad that isn’t me!” Some of us add, “At least […]
Fall is here and it will soon be time to dress up and get candy. I hear children ask each other all year long, “What are you going to be for Halloween?” It can be an exciting and fun event, but it can also be scary and overwhelming. Like many things, Halloween may be more […]
The Emotion Regulation in Families study, which is part of the Psychology Department at the University of Oregon, is seeking mothers of children aged 36-60 months who have experienced the following in their lives: fear of abandonment in relationships, difficulty controlling anger, being impulsive, and having relationships with extreme ups and downs. Additional screening qualifications […]