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    38 Weeks Pregnant: Let’s Talk About Labor

    38 Weeks Pregnant: Let’s Talk About Labor

    Just like you, your baby is ready for her grand entry! She weighs between 6 and 9 pounds and is a bit more than 1½ feet tall. Her brain is now ready for the next big job, life outside the womb. It is perfectly set to help her handle the impending flood of new sensations: bright lights, smiling faces, new smells, sounds and touch.  And, her lungs are gearing up for the big debut, too! That first breath is a...

    Toddlers Love When You Gossip About Them — And It Works Wonders!

    Toddlers Love When You Gossip About Them — And It Works Wonders!

    Gossip is one of my favorite ways to green-light good behavior. Gossip means saying things out loud near your child, so he overhears. It works so well because all of us (kids and adults) are more likely to believe something if we overhear it than if it’s told directly to us. Gossip makes your praise 5 times more effective. (And it makes your words of criticism have 5 times more impact too.) For example, if a friend says, “You look...

    How to Speak ‘Toddler-ese’: A Talking Style That Really Works!

    How to Speak ‘Toddler-ese’: A Talking Style That Really Works!

    If you were an ambassador to China but only spoke Greek, trust me, you’d have problems! Likewise, talking with your toddler will be 100 times easier once you learn the simple steps to translate your words into his “native” language: Toddler-ese. I discovered Toddler-ese by accident. Like most pediatricians, I dealt with 20 tantrums a day from toddlers who hated being at the doctor’s. Then I began to notice that when I echoed a bit of the child’s upset feelings...

    Teach Your Child to Be More Patient

    Teach Your Child to Be More Patient

    All kids start out impulsive. But, amazingly, you can s-t-r-e-t-c-h your toddler’s patience in just days…if you do it right. Patience-stretching is a superfast way to help grabby tots learn to be patient by expecting them to wait a teensy, tiny bit…then a bit more…and then even more. Believe it or not, most parents teach patience in exactly the opposite way from the method that works the best. For example, say you’re busy and your 2-year-old pulls at your skirt...

    ‘Magic Breathing’ Helps Even the Wildest Kids Calm Down

    ‘Magic Breathing’ Helps Even the Wildest Kids Calm Down

    Have you ever been so upset that someone told you to “take a deep breath”? When we are stressed, frightened or in pain, we automatically tighten up and hold our breath. Over time, that can lead to headaches, anxiety and even high blood pressure. Learning how to stay calm is a very important life skill. Unfortunately, many people in our culture never learn it (or can only calm by eating, sleeping, watching TV or using drugs and alcohol). Yet all...

    ‘Play the Boob’ to Build Your Child’s Confidence

    ‘Play the Boob’ to Build Your Child’s Confidence

    We all pretend to be klutzes sometimes when we are playing with our kids. It makes them laugh, feel clever and strong (by comparison to their inept parent) and makes them want to be more cooperative. Sound odd? Embarrassing? Unnatural? Well, actually it’s a silly idea that’s super smart and I bet you’re doing it already! Do you ever:  Pretend you’re startled when your child roars like a tiger? Have a little race and intentionally lose? Have a pillow fight...

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