Category: Consistent Care
|June 14, 2013||Posted by Luschka under Consistent Care, Gentle and Positive Discipline, Playful Parenting, Reading and Resources|
Tweet There’s been a distinct disconnect between my almost four year old, Ameli, and myself lately. We just aren’t working well together. We’re not cooperating. I’m shouting at her, she’s shouting at me. She ignores me. She tells me I’m not her best friend anymore. She doesn’t listen to me… and the number of times […]
|March 12, 2013||Posted by Luschka under Carnival of Natural Parenting, Consistent Care, Misc, Raising Conscious Children|
Tweet Six months ago, my mother was diagnosed with Peritoneal Mesothelioma and told that without treatment she would have four weeks to live. Our visas were taking longer than that to be granted – my mother lives in Australia, I live in England, and the Australian government had no sympathy or compassion and made it […]
Ameli at Longleat at 18 months. First time jumping on the trampoline was at 12 months. This is just our first recording.
If you have stairs, teach your child to come down them backwards, on hands and knees.
Not my preferredway, but since she’s been taking stairs one or two at a time since 8 months, that’s apparently become boring (I can’t findÂ the video of her taking the stairs like that, but when I do, I’ll add it.)
SoÂ yeah. Every child is different, and if you’re listening to your child, rather than the books, parenthood is going to be a much more enjoyable journey.
Did/does your child do things ‘by the book’? Do you even read ‘the book’?