My baby cried until she vomitted

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Do you sometimes hear/read about it and then you think “oh that poor baby, how can the baby be left to cry to a point he throws up?” Or maybe you experienced that yourself and you felt super guilty after? A mum asked me this, “I used the approach that we discussed in our session and as expected my baby …

It’s Hard To Let Go

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When my girls were smaller (baby and toddler age) I used to think that child raising would be easier when they’re bigger and independent. Actually it doesn’t get any easier. It gets more complex! I mean sure my husband and I don’t need to pack the diaper bag and we can just leave the house to go out much quicker …

Play & Laughter Builds Confidence

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Babies and young children are constantly learning how the world works, new motor skills, social skills, dealing with separation, and so much more. Every day, they encounter something strange and new that are surprising, delightful, scary and sometimes downright confusing. All this new information is stored in their brain, processed and kept in the memory while they sleep. Sometimes, new …

Use These 7 Practical Steps When Your Child Misbehaves (And Do It Without Yelling)

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It was Saturday. My husband, who had been working late all week was really excited for the weekend, being able to do one of his favourite things in the world – spending time with his family. So we discussed about where we could go and what to do. It was decided that we go out for lunch and then bowling. …

Top 10 Reason Sleep Training Fail (part 2)

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Did you find my last post on Top 10 Reasons Sleep Training Fail (and what you can do instead) helpful for you? If you missed it, go read that first and then come back to this page. Here are the remaining top 3 reasons sleep training fails. 8. You only consider the controlled crying method  You probably heard from other parents …