Senin, 17 Januari 2011

Child Behaviour Direct: Child Behaviour Course

Child Behaviour Direct: Child Behaviour Course

Child Behaviour Course

This Saturday 22nd January my Parent’s Guide to Children’s Behaviour 1 day course is on in Stafford 9.30-4.00. It’s an essential guide for today’s modern parent!!
For more details and to book your place please visit the website….  or email me at
Please let everyone know, email friends and send round this poster or print it out for your work place or nursery.  CBD Poster PDF.pdf
I don’t like sales talk; I’m no good at it, so why not just read what one happy mum said;
The course really helped me to think about how I approach the situation with my children. I realise that I do not follow through with my boys like I thought I did. Now when I say things to the boys they know I mean it and follow through with it. I am much calmer with them and the positive feedback given to them has been so beneficial. The help and tips that Ruth has given me have been very beneficial. I know that I am a better mom because of her advice and helpfulness!!" H.
I really hope to see you there.

Jumat, 14 Januari 2011

She pokes the baby in the eye!


Just before Christmas I wrote to everyone on my email list asking for their questions and I received some really good ones, here is one you may relate too.

One mum wrote;

Thank you for your email. Firstly could I have some advice on how to deal with my 2 1/2 year little girl, as she keeps on poking my baby girl of 3 months in the eye. And when she gets cross, she tips things over....! Could you please give me some tips on how to stop this behaviour!
My Reply;

Thanks for your question.  I have had many replies from parents of 2 1/2 year olds, it is definitely an age when young children are starting to push their boundaries and their luck and a really great time for parent's to set off on the right track with their children regarding handling their behaviour.

There are a few things to suggest with regards poking the baby in the eye;

  • Depending on when it is happening, for example if you are feeding the baby and she is trying to get your attention, you could try a few things such as give her, her own doll to look after, I did this with my daughter when my son was born and she would get her doll and bath, feed or dress her baby alongside me when I was looking after my son, it worked a treat.
  • Keep her busy and save a bag of interesting toys for her to play with at feeding time, changing time and tell her she can play with these toys while mummy feeds baby
  • Sit her by you and read her a story while you feed the baby, this way if she is occupied when you are busy with the baby she is less likely to feel jealous and take it out on the baby.
  • Praise her every time she is kind to the baby so that she feels good about the baby and encourage her to be kind and do little jobs like pass mummy the baby’s blanket. This way she will feel helpful and you have an opportunity to praise her. 
  • If she is poking the baby when you are not looking, you are best to keep her away as much as you can and make sure she is not on her own with the baby.
  • Use a consequence for the unwanted behaviour by nipping the problem in the bud and using quiet time. (please see the guidelines on my website)

A few weeks later I had some really nice feedback from the same mom saying that the tips had worked a treat which is always great to know…

Have you had similar experiences with your children?  Let me know if you use these tips and how you get on, please leave your comments belowJ

Best wishes


Rabu, 05 Januari 2011

Free Parenting Programme

Hi Everyone and a very Happy New Year to you all!
I must say that I like New Year and always feel that it is a time that I can really start as I mean to go on and make some positive changes. I am really looking forward to helping more parent's this year who would love to improve their children's behaviour because it is my passion and I know how easy it can be..

So with all the January sales around and to kick start the New Year I have decided to have a sale myself, but with 100% off, it's better than any shop sale that I know.

I am offering TWO FREE SPACES on my Parent's Guide to Children's Behaviour Online Programme.  If you would like to TRANSFORM your child's behaviour, all you have to do is to send me an email telling me why you would like to take part and on Monday 10th January I will choose two parent's to work directly with me for 4 weeks.

Here are some of the things that you will discover from my 4 week child behaviour programme
---Why children behave the way that they do including the common things parent’s do that make their children’s behaviour worse so that you can avoid them.

---A step by step guide of exactly how to improve your child’s behaviour.
---How to reduce the stress of unwanted behaviour and have more fun together as a family.
---How to help your child to reach their full potential, be happier and more confident
Plus you will have other bonuses and free email support directly from me, to help you to get from where you are to where you want to be with your children.

Please email me as soon as you can and feel free to share this with your friends..

Best wishes

Ruth Edensor