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No Bad Kids – Toddler Discipline Without Shame (9 Guidelines)


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While I was working as a Nanny–looking after a 2 year old boy who was starting to push all of my limits–I came across the book No Bad Kids – Toddler Discipline without Shame by Janet Lansbury. It was a lifesaver for me then and now and has been for parents everywhere. Janet Lansbury is unique among parenting experts. As an RIE teacher and student of pioneering child specialist Magda Gerber, her advice is not based solely on formal studies and the research of others, but also on her twenty years of hands-on experience guiding hundreds of parents and their toddlers.

I believe this book is a must have addition to your parenting books library!

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Some of the topics covered in the book include:

  • Why Toddlers Push Limits
  • How to Talk to Toddlers
  • A Toddler’s Need for Boundaries
  • The Key To Cooperation
  • Reasons to Ditch Distractions
  • Why Children Won’t Follow Our Direction
  • The Choices Our Kids CAN’T Make
  • The Power of “No”
  • Forgetting Timers
  • Staying Unruffled
  • Secrets to Staying Calm
  • Why They Whine
  • Biting, Hitting and Kicking
  • Food Fights
  • How to Handle Sassy, Bossy Talk
  • How to Stop Feeling Threatened
  • Setting Limits Without Yelling
  • How Tantrums Can Be Healing
  • Common Mistakes We Make Disciplining
  • The Truth About Consequences
  • How To Be a Gentle Leader and What to Do if Gentle Discipline Isn’t Working
  • Strong Willed Kids

Following is also a link to an article by Janet Lansbury on the same topic:

No Bad Kids – Toddler Discipline Without Shame (9 Guidelines)


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I have been a professional nanny working with children of all ages for over 15 years. My work has taken me all over the globe and I have had many amazing adventures with the families that I have worked with, all of which has taught me a great deal about how to make parenting less stressful.

I helped create Mothers Lifestyle in order to share parenting tips and secrets that I learned along the way, as well as to provide life-saving tools and advice from the world’s leading experts that I rely on every day in my professional life.