I really like this tale of moving from night-time breastfeeding despair to a system that worked for one particular family at Give an Earthly – a wonderful example of creative thinking to solve a parenting problem.
Babies & toddlers
A fun post full of links to a load of recipes for all different sorts of play-dough, which we all know toddlers love, from Picklebums (which, incidentally, is a name I give most of my kids from time to time!)
And having posted about guilt and judgement myself earlier on this week, I thought this post from This Mother’s Day exploring her feelings of judgement from society now that she is a stay-at-home-mum was really interesting. I will certainly be writing more about this in the future on Free Your Parenting.
2-8 year olds
I’m sure this post about struggling through countless parenting books to find the answer to something will ring true with many of my readers, from Consciously Parenting.
And a great list of 52 ideas to help you reconnect with your child when you’re having a bad day, from The Path Less Taken – I’m printing this out and sticking it up somewhere to refer to!
8-12 year olds
Psychology Today this week carries a very thought-provoking article about empathy, humiliation, bullying and anger management.
Enjoy! I’m always on the look-out for inspiring links so please visit and ‘like’ our Facebook page and share any good links you find over next week.