Parenting

Parenting tips from the Babywise Mom.

Mom, Dad, and Baby

The Parenting category on this blog covers the following topics:

Childcare and Daycare

Communication

Fatherhood 

Love Languages

Motherhood

Organizing Life  (also Efficient Mommy  and How I Do It Series Index

Pep Talks for Hard Times

Pregnancy 

Safety

Self Care

Working parents

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Parenting tips from the Babywise Mom. 

Four Phases of Parenting (Childwise)

Four Phases of Parenting (Childwise). How much control you should exert at each age of your child. When to lead, when to train, and when to be a friend. Parenting… View Post

How To Enjoy Motherhood More Thoroughly

How To Enjoy Motherhood More Thoroughly. Tips for mothers and fathers to help make motherhood more enjoyable. I did this post a while back, but I recently tweaked it a… View Post

How to Help Your Child Poop in the Potty

How to Help Your Child Get Past Pooping in the Potty Issues and start pooping in the potty. Potty training helps and tips. When we did our first attempt at… View Post

Why You Should Be a Parent Before You are a Friend

Why You Should Be a Parent Before You are a Friend to your child. Friendship comes later in life when your children are grown up. They have one set of… View Post

Tips for Baby-Proofing Your Home

Tips for Baby-Proofing Your Home. What to baby proof and what to leave out. You don’t want to make everything indestructible.    When it comes time to baby proof your… View Post

How to Balance Daycare/Childcare and Babywise

How to Balance Daycare/Childcare and Babywise. You can do Babywise even if you are a working parent and your child is in daycare. Real Mom Daycare Advice There are many… View Post

How to Raise a Child Who is a “Good Helper”

How to Raise a Child Who is a “Good Helper”. Your child can help around the house and do chores if you model, encourage, and allow it.    We have… View Post