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By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | May 20, 2015 Toddlers can sometimes require the patience of a saint and the wisdom of the Dali Lama to find healthy solutions. When Chelsey was born I spent months dreading the terrible twos. I … Continue reading →
By Jackie Saulmon Ramirez | April 2, 2014 Cteavin, an American blogger friend now living in Japan, shared this experience in parenting and I thought parents here in the US would find it great benefit. The technique works especially well … Continue reading →
Tantrums in public are the safest and most embarrassing places to have one. Safest because a parent knows all eyes are on them; embarrassing because a parent knows all eyes are on them. The child does not care how a … Continue reading →