How heartbreaking is listening to your baby cry in the car?
I think he's brilliant because he's my child and every parent thinks their child is special in some way, right? Here's the truth -- maybe he is, maybe he isn't, it doesn't really matter either way.
The 5 Tips 1. Be sympathetic. What seems unimportant for you might be hugely important for them. When your toddler cries
There are days where I feel like I have this parenting thing under my belt...and then there are days where it just completely
Often, when I hear my children complain "I'm bored" or "That's boring" - I feel myself getting triggered. I get reactively annoyed, thinking: "How can they be so spoiled? All the toys and activities I arrange, all the abundance in their lives - and still it's not enough?!"
My younger son seems to be well on his way to being potty trained! He does great when we are home, & we are working on being able to be out & about & distracted now too.
Oh, my daydreamer. My tender, unhinged, bright, fierce soul. Here we are. I am spending my days witnessing this trembling in you. These desires you don't quite understand yet, and certainly can't control. I am tired. But I am trying to let you feel it all. I'm trying to let you be as free as I can.