Sharing Between Siblings

By |March 7th, 2019|

Witnessing your children argue over a toy—which hasn’t been played with by either child in months—it becomes clear why seasoned parents of siblings like to joke that when it comes to having multiple children you have to buy two of everything.

Sharing is challenging for all children—and siblings are no exception. This week, we offer tips […]

Step 5 of Positive Parenting: Take Care of Yourself as a Parent

By |February 20th, 2019|

The last in the 5 Steps to Positive Parenting is one of the easiest steps to overlook: Taking care of yourself as a parent.

Some days, between cluster feedings, an infant who will only sleep in your arms, and toddler potty training and upsets, you’re lucky if you can eat a piece of leftover, cold pizza […]

Step 1 of Positive Parenting: Create a Safe, Interesting Environment

By |January 16th, 2019|

Many of us start the New Year with a set of resolutions, usually centered on bettering ourselves in some way—whether it’s eating healthier or saving money. The New Year is also a wonderful time to assess how you are doing with Triple P’s 5 Steps to Positive Parenting.

If you are new to Triple P Online, […]

Better Together: Parenting As a Team

By |November 20th, 2018|

While rocking your newborn to sleep and gazing lovingly into her eyes, you’re likely not thinking about what you’ll do when she is 3-years old and throwing peas at you during mealtime. Even less likely is that you are considering how your partner would handle the situation. But as baby grows, you and your partner […]

5 Tips for Easy Traveling

By |August 27th, 2018|

There’s only one more week of summer left before school resumes but you can still hit the road on the weekend for summer and fall adventures! Traveling with kids is exciting and has the potential to leave lasting memories, but it can be a lot of work.

With some planning and preparation, long car rides can go […]

Childproofing for the Outdoors

By |August 2nd, 2018|

Following up on last week’s water safety post, this week we discuss other ways to keep your kids safe in your own backyard.

Summer is officially in full swing, which means the sprinklers are flowing and swimsuits have become everyday wear. As toddlers and young children ask to spend more and more time playing outside, it […]

Splash Into Safety: Water Safety Tips for the Summer

By |July 20th, 2018|

Children are naturally drawn to water. Makes sense—they float around in their mama’s fluids for nine months before joining us in the outside world. As infants and toddlers, many children enjoy splashing in the pool or other small bodies of water. Like most other aspects of their lives, water play requires a certain degree of […]

Sibling on the Way? 5 Things to Do Before Baby Arrives

By |July 5th, 2018|

A new sibling means some major changes for your toddler. From the toddler’s perspective, once the ruler of the roost, they now have to share you with a tiny, crying, pooping machine. Not fair, right?!

You may have heard that it’s going to be a bumpy road as you adjust to your newest addition, but planning […]

Growing Your Parenting Toolbox

By |May 4th, 2018|

Let’s be honest: Most of us don’t waltz into parenthood knowing what we’re doing. We seek guidance from family, peers, and pediatricians, but even then, parenting is still often a learn-as-you-go process, which is why we make mistakes and fall into parenting traps.

The good news is that when it comes to parenting there is always […]

Surviving (and Thriving) As A Single Parent

By |February 8th, 2018|

Single parenting often comes with extra stressors. As the sole care provider, it’s hard to be available for your child’s physical and emotional needs 100% of the time. And when taking a break is rare to come by, stressors can compound one another.

However, there are ways to reduce and manage stress, as well as foster […]