Shopping with preschoolers has its challenges, but it’s also a teaching opportunity and a chance to bond with your child over every day routines.
In our last post for National Child Safety and Protection Month, we discuss how to recognize the signs of a concussion. Parents of toddlers and young children know how hard it is to protect them 24-hours a day. After a major crash while running too fast after their sibling, you may have wondered how serious […]
There are many ways to celebrate Halloween while making sure your young child is safe and having fun.
Gearing up for preschool can be an exciting time for parents and toddlers. But even with all that excitement, starting preschool can be tough for toddlers who struggle with separation challenges. The good news is there are a number of strategies you can try to help take the edge off of this big transition.
This week’s blog post from the Triple P Team walks us through tips for teaching toddlers to clean up their messes. From blocks to books, to stickers to stuffies (SO MANY STUFFIES!), life with a toddler is never boring. But with all that fun comes a lot of cleanup. It’s easy to get overwhelmed when […]
This week, the Triple P Team tackles the exciting (and messy) milestone of potty training. If you have a toddler ready for potty training, the summer months can be a perfect time to “buckle down” and help your child learn how to use the toilet. The biggest factor in potty training success is readiness. While you might […]
This week, the Triple P Team explores toddler misbehaviors, including hitting and biting. One minute you’re playing beautifully with your toddler. You are stacking and toppling blocks together. Then, the next minute: Whack! You get socked in the arm. A little stunned, you think, “Surely, that was just an accident. There’s no way my darling […]
This week, the Triple P Team explores toddler whining and how to help teach kids a better way to communicate. At some point, your infant’s reasonable cries for help—whether it be for food, warmth, or snuggles—will turn into requests for everything from cookies (right now!) to red socks (not the blue ones!). Some of it will […]
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.