Category: Gentle parenting

The most powerful way to overcome difficult parenting moments {+ Positive Connection Challenge}

Raluca Loteanu October 29, 2017
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Have you ever wondered how to connect with your child and use that connection to make parenting a lot easier? I share all my tips in a 7-day parenting challenge and I invi... read more

My biggest parenting struggles in the first 3 years of motherhood (and what helped me overcome them)

Raluca Loteanu October 13, 2017
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Here is the truth: parenting is hard! But with every struggle that we overcome we have the chance to become better parents. Some days ago I was looking through some ol... read more

What happens when we handle tantrums in a gentle way {+ printable tips}

Raluca Loteanu September 29, 2017
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If you want to find out how to deal with tantrums in a gentle way and why this is so important for kids, I hope that you'll find here some good inspiration. | How to stop tantrums | Toddler tantrums | How to deal with temper tantrums | Gentle parenting | Attachment parenting
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My son was crying loudly on the floor. Apparently, the milk in his bowl wasn’t the milk he expected (?!) so a tantrum started out of the blue. He was kicking the TV table ... read more

The most important principles of respectful parenting and why they really matter

Raluca Loteanu September 25, 2017
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Respectful parenting is a wonderful gift that we can give to our kids. Here are its most important principles that every parent can try at home. | Gentle parenting | Attachment parenting | TIps for moms | Parenting tips
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Respectful parenting is a wonderful gift that we can give to our kids. Here are its most important principles that every parent can try at home. “One day your chil... read more

When you feel that you failed as a mom this is what I want you to know

Raluca Loteanu September 18, 2017
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When you feel that you failed as a mom please read this! It might change the way you see things and bring a smile on your face!
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When you feel that you failed as a mom please read this! It might change the way you see things and bring a smile on your face! Usually, when I lay in bed after a busy d... read more

How to help young kids deal with strong emotions in a gentle way {+ printable}

Raluca Loteanu September 8, 2017
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If you are looking for solutions on how to help young kids deal with strong emotions, I hope that you'll find some good ideas in this article. My ... read more

One question that could really make you a better parent

Raluca Loteanu August 28, 2017
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Have you ever imagined that you could find that one question that could make you a better parent? This happened to me one day when I least expected it. She was sitting o... read more

This is the reason why sometimes setting limits with kids seems so hard

Raluca Loteanu August 17, 2017
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If you ever wondered why setting limits with young kids sometimes just doesn't work, maybe I'll find some useful answers in this article! I was standing in the midd... read more

How to set limits with young kids in an effective and gentle way in 3 simple steps

Raluca Loteanu July 6, 2017
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When my son was a young toddler, one of the biggest struggles that I faced was to set limits. I wanted to be a gentle parent. But at the same time, I wanted him to know that so... read more

3 gentle ways to handle aggression in young children (that really work!)

Raluca Loteanu May 30, 2017
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It’s never easy to handle a young child that hits you or bites you! It’s even harder when the aggression is directed towards other kids and you need to find the best... read more