A toddler who won’t stay in his room at bedtime, a seven-year-old with a fibbing habit, and the age-old questions of “what do you do with a two-year-old while you put the baby to bed?” and “why do my kids have such a hard time occupying themselves?”. In Episode 135 of The Mom Hour, Sarah and Meagan offer empathy, encouragement, and a few helpful tips for these listener questions. Take a listen!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in Episode 135:
- Meghan Leahy, Parent Coach and On Parenting from The Washington Times contributor on dealing with a toddler who won’t stay in bed
- Kids and Lying, an excerpt from Positive Discipline A-Z by Jane Nelson, from positivediscipline.com
- Will a little girl’s lies become a lifelong bad habit? Meghan Leahy, Parent Coach
- Our Little Liars, an interview with Dr. Laura Markham on themotherco.com