Toddlers

Check out the blogs, videos and podcasts by me all related to Toddlers.

Featured Blog

Divorce Step by Step – Top Tips To Keep Yourself Sane

  To help you navigate the journey through Divorce I’ve recently launched a new series of free Divorce videos called  Divorce Step by Step. The Divorce Step By Step  videos have…

Read more

in Toddlers

Blog

Divorce Step by Step – Top Tips To Keep Yourself Sane

  To help you navigate the journey through Divorce I’ve recently launched a new series of free Divorce videos called Divorce Step by Step. The Divorce Step By Step videos have been set up specifically to help you address the range of issues and matters you have to […]

Read more
Blog

Navigating Through Divorce Positively

“One day at a time – this is enough.” ~ Ida Scott Taylor 1820-1915, Author Click here to buy The Divorce Journal for Kids Navigating through Divorce Positively A bad marriage can make parenting and life in general stressful. The loss of the family structure can […]

Read more
Blog

Once Upon a Time with ChatGPT: How AI is Changing the Way We Tell Bedtime Stories to Kids.

Once Upon a Time with ChatGPT: How AI is Changing the Way We Tell Bedtime Stories to Kids. I was fascinated to learn about using AI-generated bedtime stories by reading an interesting post from Chris Holloway on LinkedIn. Bedtime stories are a magical part of childhood. They transport […]

Read more
Blog

Manic Mums and Dazed Dads – Are you stuck in the spin cycle of life? Exhausted, wrung out and dizzy?

    Are you stuck in the spin cycle of life………….. exhausted, wrung out and dizzy? Do you find yourself falling into bed worn out, frustrated and complaining “Where did the time GO?” Then welcome to the Club! You are not alone as I coach lots of […]

Read more
Blog

Try The CRISPS Approach to Your Parenting !

Being a positive parent isn’t any harder than being a negative parent! It just takes a quick shift in your thinking and attitude. Here’s the CRISPS way to becoming a more positive parent. CRISPS Consistency: children thrive with firm, fair, consistent discipline. No empty threats! Rewards: Positive […]

Read more
Blog

Going Through Divorce or Separation? Make the #ParentsPromise

Parents Promise Every year, an estimated 280,000 children, a similar number to the size of the population of Newcastle, experience family separation. It’s one of the greatest, least-recognised health risks to our children. The Positive Parenting Alliance is a group of organisations, and individuals, who believe that […]

Read more
Blog

Kids and Divorce : An Age By Age Guide To Help Parents

    I have been working with two families going through the process of divorcing and what has struck me is how the news that Mummy & Daddy are separating can vary depending on the age of the children. How the news hits a 3 year old […]

Read more
Blog

Parenting Hacks | Fear of The Doctors Part 2 ?‍⚕️ | Disney Junior UK with Simon Hooper, aka Father of Daughters, Sue Atkins and Helen Skelton

  Brushing their teeth may not be every little one’s favourite thing to do. So how do you get them into the habit of doing it regularly? Is it better to make it into a game, or just get them into a headlock? ? How do you […]

Read more
Blog

Parenting Hacks | Fear of The Doctors Part 1 ?‍⚕️| Disney Junior UK with Sue Atkins, Simon Hooper, aka Father of Daughters & Helen Skelton

We all know that going to see the doctor or dentist can sometimes be a scary experience for little ones who don’t know what to expect. So it’s important that parents help to put them at ease, whether that’s through role play, reading books together or watching […]

Read more
Blog

The ‘Cornflake’ Rush Hour – 10 Top Tips To Reducing Early Morning STRESS!

The Cornflake Rush Hour – early morning stress ! Close your eyes for just a few minutes & just relax and breathe deeply and slowly and concentrate on what happens in your home in the mornings. See in lots of detail your typical early morning routine. Notice […]

Read more
Blog

Divorce and Your Special Needs Child – Things to Consider.

Divorce is always difficult for the whole family but if you do find that you are heading for a divorce here are some things to consider if you have a child with additional needs. Things to Consider Divorce is a difficult time for all family members, but […]

Read more
Blog

Caring for Siblings of Very Sick Children.

Caring for a seriously ill child takes a tremendous toll on the whole family, physically, mentally and emotionally and your healthy children are no exception. They too suffer from lack of your time, and may feel resentful and angry about the time, energy and focus that naturally […]

Read more
Blog

Practical Tips on How to RESPOND Rather Than REACT. My Pause Button Technique

  Much of our lives is spent in reaction to others and to events around us. The problem is that these reactions might not always be the best course of action, and as a result, they can make our children, ourselves and those around us unhappy, and […]

Read more
Blog

There’s a reason your child is an angel at school but turns into little devil at home. It’s called ‘after-school restraint collapse.’

There’s a reason your child is an angel at school but turns into little devil at home. It’s called ‘after-school restraint collapse.’ After a long day at school or daycare, many children totally lose it when their parents pick them up or when they get home. I’ve […]

Read more
Blog

5 Practical Tips to Help Your Child Adjust to Family Change During Divorce.

How the news hits a three-year-old is very different to how a 15-year-old understands and reacts to the news – that’s why it’s important to include your teenager in your discussions around your contact arrangements where it feels appropriate, to avoid resentment building up between all of […]

Read more
Top