Understanding tantrums

The other day, my husband Jay found himself up against a 𝘳𝘦𝘢𝘭𝘭𝘺 frustrating situation. He was genuinely pissed off, and the next day, he was still stewing over it. Then, today, our 4 year old had a meltdown. I mean 𝘦𝘱𝘪𝘤, lying on the floor flailing, throwing things, tantrum. It started because he didn’t like […]

Making space for emotions

Making space for emotions

One of the most beautiful – and often frustrating – things about children is that they are unapologetically emotional. Parents (myself included!!) often comment on how their toddler can be an emotional basket-case one minute, and happy-go-lucky the next. This is because children are masters at expressing, feeling, and moving through their emotions, so long […]