children need limits…

December 8, 2008 at 4:24 am 5 comments

What do you think? We are saying that children do not need limits, but that parents most certainly do.  Natural parenting is not about being permissive.  It is about honouring our children and ourselves and always seeking and allowing ways for everyone’s needs to be met.  Finding mutually fulfilling strategies for meeting our children’s needs takes some creativity and presence.  It also asks us to become conscious and aware, shedding our old patterns and conditioned habits of responding.

What beliefs do you hold about  children needing limits?

Parent coaching can help you uncover these unconscious beliefs which limit you from connection more deeply with your child.  As a society, we have not been parenting in ways which allow humans to fulfill their potential.  Can we make the radical changes necessary to support our children and ourselves…and to heal the planet?  Nonviolence, sustainability, peace, joy…these are all potential outcomes of natural parenting.

Are you hungry for this?  Our clients are courageous and committed to letting go of the old parenting paradigm and creating something new, something better.  Join us for classes, consultations and coaching.

Coming soon…baby sign language video!

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sara Bingham, WeeHands  |  December 9, 2008 at 6:34 pm

    Using sign language with babies (and toddlers) is a wonderful thing to do! Video, what video! 🙂

    Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder
    Author of The Baby Signing Book

    “There are no hands so small that they cannot make a difference in the world.” – Author Unknown

  • 2. Theresa  |  December 17, 2008 at 11:55 am

    I would love to read more about he difference between being permissive and letting your child be free. I am worried that I am being too permissive with my 1 year old.

    • 3. klaroche  |  December 28, 2008 at 4:07 am

      tell me more about this, theresa. what is ‘too permissive’ looking like for you? how do you sense that you are being too permissive?
      i support saying no to’s what we say no to and how we say no that needs changing. ah…sounds like the topic for a newsletter. eh?

  • 4. Theresa  |  January 8, 2009 at 1:38 pm

    I am unable to get anything done while she is awake. If I am not almost constantly devoted to her, she cries. So inevitably I stop trying to do anything and play with her. I know you belive in ”Do Less and Be More with your child” but that means i will never eat, never cook and live in filth. She barely naps for 1.5 hours during the day, hwich doesnt leave much time for getting anything done. Besides, she wakes up mid way and needs me to fall back asleep. I know that I am the reason she is so clingy. But I don’t know how to change it.

  • 5. Theresa  |  January 9, 2009 at 12:21 pm

    Forgive me for that last comment. I was feeling a bit overwhelmed. I came across some stuff my Dr. Solter which seems to apply to my situation. Fingers crossed 🙂


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