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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 25, Stefani rated it really liked it Shelves: family-parenting-relationships , , education. A great compliment to Discipline Without Distress. Already, the Raise the Responsibility system is working with my 6 year old, as are reflexive questions, rather than telling.
A great tool to teach children to think and be responsible on their own.
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And lots of deep breaths :. Thank you so very much for this post Christi. I think it's such a good one because so many of us are guilty I'm sure of saying 'hurry up'. I love all the great tips and will absolutely implement them asap. My kids are too little to care if they turn up anywhere wearing their pyjamas with unbrushed hair, in fact my 3 year old often needs convincing to choose an outfit not including a pyjama top, but I think we will definitely try some of these strategies, thanks for sharing Your morning routine cards are a God-send here.
With the help of the cards, I'm proud that my four year old is capable of independently getting herself ready in the mornings.
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It takes the pressure off Mama. Great advice! I am sure every house hold has this same problem about getting kids ready.
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Getting the adults up and ready first definitely helps. It sure does help, Carol, but it's always the hardest step for this mama :. I loved the post from Hands Free Mama and love your practical tips to implement it. I need these reminders often.
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It's funny, I just read that post on handsfreemama this morning, from a FB link. It was a really good wake up for me too, as I often find myself saying "Come on" and "hurry up. Not having to think about what to give them for lunch and morning tea in the morning has seen a great improvement in my own stress levels in the morning, even if it doesn't get them ready any quicker!
It's funny how even that mental preparation can help, isn't it? This article is wonderful and a good reminder. I'm guilty some mornings of using screeching "hurry up! We use the double alarm system for our girls too we use egg timers and a schedule chart, I love the idea of having 'shops' though, how much more fun does that sound than just brushing your teeth or putting on your shoes! I have a 5 yr old Kindergartner that I struggle with.
She is a major doddler! Just this morning she sat on the potty for about 10 min, I assumed she was going 2.bluebaton.org/wp-includes/mystery/beyond-parallel-coming-of-age-romance.php
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But NO! She was just sitting there thinking. Sweet, but we just don't have that kind of time to waste! She is so aloof, just pondering and playing and exploring, which is sweet, and cute, and great during the day, but can be So flustering when trying to get ready in the morning! I don't know what to do with her except get her completely ready myself. I thinks the best advice is to get dressed to the shoes as soon as you get up.
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I function so much better when I do. I am teaching my kids this also. It really takes discipline for me too. Because when I change the baby I just want to let him go in a diaper for a bit. But instead I make myself get him dressed right then. I gave up hollering at my kids to "hurry up a long time ago. My then 3 yer old would just move slower and I'd get upset" instead I started give myself extra time.
Cultivate their knowledge and skills so they would know their function in the world they are living in. Always remember that you are the parent. Children will reach the age where they think they can handle almost everything. It will create a complication once they assume they know more than you do as a parent.
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Instead of allowing kids to demand their rights, you as a parent will still need to be a tone-setter inside the home. Make sure that you make it very clear to the children that it is your responsibility to take care of them and they have to follow the rules. Listening to your children is necessarily essential. Since their developmental stage is prone to confusions and curiosity, always be there to guide them and make them understand.