This book is all about how to gain cooperation from toddlers and preschoolers without lectures from the perspective of two veteran moms who know how to get their kids to listen! In fact, these two moms are my blogging friends. They spent countless hours gathering research, anecdotal stories, and more to compile something that will help you teach your little ones cooperation.
Our kids don’t always listen, respond, or cooperate with us when we want them to. They throw tantrums, have meltdowns, and can even refuse to do what we’ve asked. It can make the days long.
Plus if you’re like me and have multiple kids under the age of 5, there’s a daily barrier it seems to communication. And many have said that this is the time you’re “in the weeds” of parenting.
So I’m sure you understand, we had our struggles and you can relate to those yourself. Toddlers and preschoolers are gaining independence, developing a sense of self, and need to test the boundaries to know where they are. This is natural and this is good.
It can, however, make for some power struggles in our homes. If you feel that your kids don’t listen well and you have to repeat yourself multiple times a day, you’re in luck. There is a way to gain cooperation from your littles without lectures or saying the same things over and over.
And this book has so many wonderful solutions. Not only does it include phrases to use, but it gives an explanation and examples of how to implement each. And these are incredibly helpful in understanding why such a simple phrase could make a monumental difference in speaking with and interacting with our kids.
Even better, it even has a whole variety of topics including parent self-care, establishing routines and structures, and more and how helpful phrases fit into this part of raising children.
Make sure you check out this resource AND its printables. When you click on the button, it will direct you to an information page where you can then buy it if you think it could help your family.