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What can you do when your toddler has challenging behaviors and you feel at your wits end? How do you use the right responses to the right behaviors in the moment? Take a closer look ~ Post shared via Children's Mental Health Rocks

September 21, 2018
Early On Michigan shared Bored Panda's video.

Oh my, this made our day! Happy Friday Facebook Family! 😂😂

September 21, 2018
Early On Michigan

Talking to babies and children can sometimes feel silly but once you get the hang of it you'll find it comes easily! Post shared via Speech Pathology- Western NSW Local Health District & Diversity Kids

September 20, 2018
Early On Michigan updated their cover photo.

September is National Baby Safety Month! Learn how to keep curious toddlers safe: http://bit.ly/2xDNPzB ~ Here are tips for preventing furniture tip-over accidents from Baby Safety Month partner, the American Home Furnishings Alliance and more! <3 #NationalBabySafetyMonth Post inspiration: Baby Safety Zone

September 20, 2018
Early On Michigan

"I replaced my judgmental, negative, threatening tone with a neutral, problem solving, empathetic, encouraging one (this took TONS of practice, and I'm still a work in progress) and my little girl's behavior improved dramatically." Check out these 20 positive phrases to help you make a fresh start with your communication.

September 20, 2018

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