Category: Parenting

Normal sibling aggression is not so normal

During my typical clinical interview with parents, I always ask about sibling interactions and usually get an answer like this. “They argue and fight all the time but it’s just normal sibling stuff.” I’ve never quite understood that response. How … Continue reading

This is not my potty dance!

By: Dr. Stacy Meyer “This is not my potty dance” This is a phrase I hear often from Sprout, my 3 1/2 year old little boy…and let me tell you, it is ALWAYS his potty dance!  We have officially reached … Continue reading

Eating healthy while traveling with kids

I say it every year, “Vacation gets easier and easier”.  In other words, as the kids grow, they help more with the planning and work.  These same words hold true for how we eat when traveling. How do you feed … Continue reading

Navigating life’s difficult situations

Question 1) Counseling is the only thing that can possibly save our marriage. My husband feels that our relationship is our business and not that of a stranger.  I see little point in going by myself. I’m about to give … Continue reading

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