This Year Best Parenting Tips

The Year’s Best Parenting Tips

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When I started my blog, I had next-to-no idea my writing would evolve into posting parenting tips. Initially, my vision was healthy recipes and activities on a simple budget. My blog stats began dictating I move away from my original concept. And so, I began writing parenting articles and tips more and let go of recipes altogether.. This shift made sense because my heart resides in my kids. Even before becoming a mom, so many of my decisions were rooted in the dream of one day having kids. I took the babysitting course as soon as I was allowed to, became a high school peer counsellor, studied developmental psychology in University, and volunteered as a Big Sister through Big Brothers and Big Sisters all with the idea of one day becoming a mom. Despite all of this, when tabulating my blog views for 2015, I was quite surprised at how successful my parenting tips were. I don’t think this in any way indicates my mastery of parenting skills. Simply it shows, all of us experience similar problems and can profit in what each of us has to say. I’ve been so grateful to have such amazing parents share their own tips either in my posts, or in the comments below.

This week, I have joined many other bloggers lead by Jennifer Hughes of the Jenny Evolution in sharing our best parenting posts of the year.

Please click here to see all of The Year’s Best Parenting Tips.

From potty training, language development parenting through difficult behaviour, parenting toddlers, nap-time and more

 

The Year’s Five Best Parenting Tip Posts from Parenting from the Heart

Toddlerhood really is both the best and worst of times. Here are over 10 tips on parenting through difficult toddler behaviour that are centred in positive, empathetic parenting
1. 10+ TIPS ON PARENTING THROUGH DIFFICULT TODDLER BEHAVIOUR

Hard to believe, this is my most successful post of all-time. It has been re-pinned almost 2.5k times. And, it sat in my draft box for almost a year. See the post here, or pin it for later by clicking here.

 

6 Ways To Promote Language Development In Toddlers | Parenting from the Heart

2. 6 WAYS TO PROMOTE LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

It broke my heart when my son wasn’t talking or babbling. In time, his speech came, in part, thanks to the ways I shared in this post. See the post here, or pin it for later by clicking here.

 

How To Move Past Potty Training Regressions| Parenting from the Heart
3. 8 TIPS FOR MOVING PART POTTY TRAINING REGRESSIONS

Potty training certainly isn’t for the faint of heart and somehow all of us have to go through it. I’m on my second child now and need this post and additional tips if you’d be so kind as to send them my way! 🙂 See the post here, or pin it for later by clicking here.

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4. PLANNING AND PARENTING FOR TWO UNDER TWO

Raising two children so close together in age has been the most arduous and rewarding endeavour imaginable. I wrote this post with such a sense of pride, nostalgia, and sleeplessness. I hope many are able to find the same amount of joy (and hopefully way more sleep) than I did. See the post here, or pin it for later by clicking here.

Night wetting is a much more common issue than most might think. Moms weigh in with all sorts of tips, insights, and words of encouragement on toddler and kid night-wetting. Includes a sponsored review and giveaway for IllumiBowl
5. WHEN TO GIVE UP YOUR TODDLER’S NAP

This one was written thanks to the help of my friend and Certified Sleep Sense Consultant, Chelsea LePage. It took me longer than I’d like to admit coming to terms with the fact my daughter was over napping. Read the signs your child may be ready to ditch their mid-day zzzs here, or pin it for later by clicking here.

 

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Please click here to see all of The Year’s Best Parenting Tips.

From potty training, language development parenting through difficult behaviour, parenting toddlers, nap-time and more

 

What are some of your go-to tips for parenting toddlers? Please share below!

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2 thoughts on “The Year’s Best Parenting Tips

  1. There are days I still miss my kiddos’ naps… but once we were able to give them up, a whole new world opened up for us as well.. we were finally really able to get out of the house!

    Thanks for participating in today’s Parenting Tips series on The Jenny Evolution and for being a part of our online parenting community.

    Jennifer @ The Jenny Evolution

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