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“High acceptance” doesn’t happen EVERY MOMENT with Authoritative or “Gentle” parenting. #authoritativeparent #gentleparenting #tantrum #toddlertips #toddlertok #momtok #toddlertantrums #respectfulparenting #consciousparenting #responsiveparenting #discipline #consistency #toddlermom #betheparent
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“High acceptance” doesn’t happen EVERY MOMENT with Authoritative or “Gentle” parenting. #authoritativeparent #gentleparenting #tantrum #toddlertips #toddlertok #momtok #toddlertantrums #respectfulparenting #consciousparenting #responsiveparenting #discipline #consistency #toddlermom #betheparent
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ForgetfulLucy

(1) I’m so glad I have found your content. I don’t agree with the gentle parenting movement. I do agree with validating feelings and emotions when

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not charli ✌️

This is totally gentle parenting … mom did not get upset at her kid for tantruming, simply redirected her

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CAROLINA

The family I nannied for was very permissive while I set clear boundaries and expectations, guess who the kids respected and listened to 😅

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user3728037282056

what? you're telling me kids aren't the epitome of innocence and wisdom? they actually need to be...TAUGHT?!

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it's always the people without children that judge parents 🤦‍♀️

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jazlyng69

you didn't even give her a chance for her to give it to you just straight ripped it out of her hands

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Sarah Burgess

maybe they start to "tantrum" because they have not learnt to identify feelings yet.

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jɇn

you literally started the tantrum by taking the cap out of her hands. it’s a cap it’s not that deep

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ingridprivee

I would have said “let’s put mr cap & mr bottle back together, they’re friends” & let the child help w/ the task & then a high five! Bypass a tantrum

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Chris LaPointe

The tantrum started by pulling something out of the child's hands. We wouldn't tolerate the child taking something out of our hands.

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Marianysa83

You are a momma in action thank you for showing us this. I have seen other people talk about this but they don’t want to show themselves in action.

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Winter Frost

Tanturms are emotionally driven. Ur toddler is coping with the fact the thing they want to play with and are curious about is taken away from them

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Fat choochy syndrome

it shouldnt be weird for a parent to want to set behavioral boundaries with their kids. "gentle parenting" is normal parenting.

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Matka Quirk

how would you feel if someone took something out of your hands?

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Will L

You NEEDED the cap back right then and there ??

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phollingsworth16

yep, it's all about how we react.

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Zooni

Ah my kind of mum.. parents job is to teach their kids, THIS

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Kat Richmond

@lauralove5514 what do you think about this?

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Meg T.

SO GOOOODDDDDD

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Lintlicker

Yes yes yes. As a preschool teacher, yes.

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