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Increase Your Parenting Toolbox

Increase Your Parenting ToolboxParenting is not an easy gig. There are so many ideas, thoughts and ways to parent. How do you know what is right for you? I personally believe that knowledge is power and the more tricks and tips you have to deal with behaviours and typical developmental milestones the more effective parent you will be.

It is my goal to help you build your parenting toolbox. The key is to build your toolbox with the tips and tricks that work for you. I will provide you with ideas based on your parenting style.

What gives me the right to say I can help you? You are already an expert of your child. I will use my experience as a mom and as a professional to add tips and tricks to your parenting toolbox. My goal is to empower you. If your concerns are not my areas of expertise, I will guide you in the right direction to receive the support and information you require.

Call today to set up a free 15-minute consultation where we can discuss your concerns and ways I can help. Contact Brenda at 403-652-7111.

Below are a few of my parenting articles to get you started building your toolbox. For more in-depth information and for an interactive community, consider our PF Membership. Click here for more information.

Transitions: From Crib to Bed

One of the biggest transitions for our toddler and preschool aged children is the move from the crib to a big bed. This can be a very interesting (aka difficult) transition. Let's put this into perspective. Your little person is used to being in a crib which restricts...

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Transitions: What are they and how can you help?

What exactly is a transition in respect to children? A transition is when you are moving from one activity to another or when there is a big change in your little one's world. Basically, it means you could be having 10 to 20 transitions a day. Some children do...

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Dealing with the Unexpected

Children (like most humans) are creatures of habit. When something unexpected happens it can throw things upside down in their little world. Children, especially young children, will struggle to discuss the changes that happened but you will know they are affected by...

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Dad: Is he babysitting?

Is he babysitting??? (insert my scrunched up "are you serious" face) When our son is not with me, I have been asked if his Dad was at home babysitting? Excuse me while I rant for a minute or two…     No, he is not babysitting. He is parenting! Why does this drive me...

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