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The Key to Family Harmony Being consistent -- setting limits for your child and sticking to them -- is a proven way to inspire cooperation, kindness, good manners, and more. We've got tricks to help you stand firm.

The Key to Family Harmony

The Key to Family Harmony Being consistent -- setting limits for your child and sticking to them -- is a proven way to inspire cooperation, kindness, good manners, and more. We've got tricks to help you stand firm.

Teach Your Child not to Interrupt in One Simple Step | An Everyday Story

Teach Your Child not to Interrupt in one Simple & Respectful Step

Hitting and Biting. Phew...my girl is developmentally appropriate. (Too bad everyone else doesn't realize that)

Hitting and Biting

Hitting and Biting. Phew...my girl is developmentally appropriate. (Too bad everyone else doesn't realize that)

Parents often feel that by setting limits, they will lose their child’s love. Just the opposite is true. Kids need limits. Setting limits is an act of love. fb, T

Parents often feel that by setting limits, they will lose their child’s love. Just the opposite is true. Kids need limits. Setting limits is an act of love. fb, T

After observing my toddler, and talking with other parents of toddlers, I am convinced that toddlers have the following Code of Conduct hardwired into their DNA."Take ALL of your toys out of the toy box before playing with any of them. This goes for books, too -- rip all of them off the shelf before reading one. Your job is to make a huge mess. Hint: To keep things interesting, never ever play with the same toy or book for more than one minute."

20 Rules All Toddlers Live By

After observing my toddler, and talking with other parents of toddlers, I am convinced that toddlers have the following Code of Conduct hardwired into their DNA."Take ALL of your toys out of the toy box before playing with any of them. This goes for books, too -- rip all of them off the shelf before reading one. Your job is to make a huge mess. Hint: To keep things interesting, never ever play with the same toy or book for more than one minute."

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