Parenting

Bedtime Battles

How do your end your days – are bedtimes for your children smooth or rough? Instead of ending the day in a calming and relaxing

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Bedtime Battles

How do your end your days – are bedtimes for your children smooth or rough? Instead of ending the day in a calming and relaxing

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Your baby is developing his personality but how do you mould them into being the best versions of themselves?

As a parent, you need to set up your work schedules (if you are in control of the schedule) for you to maximize parental time with your baby and minimize non-parental care.

Child development researchers agree that the most important factor in your parenting is how responsive you are to your child. 

Pay attention to your baby, and when they cry, try to comfort them. 

When your baby wants to be carried, you carry them. 

When they want to play on the floor, you put them down. 

Babies who are parented more responsively are more likely to be healthy attached to develop a healthy attachment.

Babies who are parented more responsively have different brains than babies who are parented less responsively. 

Their brains are more resilient and adaptable! 

We agree your baby can’t have everything they want. But they don’t understand why not, so your goal, as a parent, is to respond to what your baby is expressing. 

Allow us to walk with you in your parenting journey

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