When you know something with your child just isn't right, waiting on an autism diagnosis is nothing short of excruciating.
Research on emotional intelligence suggests kids are more likely to understand emotions when provided with early opportunities to reflect upon them.
Within that sweet, loving, happy child lies a “fournado” just waiting to be unleashed and wreak havoc on anything within a five mile radius.
No kid likes going to the doctor’s office. It’s a terrifying experience for a little person. But it doesn't have to be a nightmare.
Tantrums are a normal part of development and, in a way, they’re actually good for our kids. Here are some of the reasons toddlers blow up.
We're so used to the instant access culture of the internet, smart phones and fast food, that waiting has become really difficult.
When our kids act out, we take it as an opportunity to mold them into the good people they will become.
I went into that grocery store at a mere 28 years young. Sadly, I drove away at an alarming 84 years old.