Hey SuperNanny, it’s not all about you!

A mom reluctantly standing on her own stairway landing as someone (Jo Frost) comes into her home to tell her how to parent is normal. The SuperNanny calling her ‘rude’ for not welcoming her with open arms is not! The…

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The SuperNanny Gets Sensitive

A sensitive SuperNanny is who we saw this week. Hooray Prime Time for giving parents here at home an insight into the profound sorrow and loss a single parent feels while their spouse is off fighting in Iraq. A kinder,…

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Sorting Out the SuperNanny… “Why Are We Sooo Passionate About Pacifiers”!

Watching & listening to mom as she says, “I’m not doing a really good job” as her eyes are down cast looking extremely ashamed was painful for me. As usual, the Super Nanny begins by berating these parents about their…

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How underwear can relieve GUILT!

Seems like the minute our kids are born we find something to feel guilty about. Either the labor was too long, too short or we ‘should’ of asked our mother-in-law to come into the birthing room. We should have paid…

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The REAL Parent Trap

Look Out World… Here We Come! According to “The Parenting Doctor” Ann Corwin, Beta Chi-Denver, a child starts to gain independence around the age of two. When he was born, he was “totally dependent upon his parents — and thank…

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Anyone ever tell you… “You cannot and should not be friends with your kids?”

Don’t let anyone tell you that you cannot or should not be friends with your kids. How do you think your kids learn to be a friend to others? The best way is for their parent to be a friend…

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Why Girls Are So Mean…and Boys Too, Sometimes!

Everyone reading this who is a girl knows what I am talking about. Girls are mean to each other all the time. Ever ask yourself why? I think the answer lies in one misunderstood emotion. Girls are mean because they…

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Sorting Out the Super Nanny on Negative Messages

This week, the Super Nanny, once again decided to educate with negative messages. Rules are necessary, but if all the ‘rules’ are defined with a “No or Don’t” what kids learn is that they get attention from their parents if…

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Toddler Talk Tolerance!

Author ~ Unknown ~ Poem given to Ann Corwin by a “New Mom” who was having trouble adjusting to being a “stay at home mom” after the birth of her child. She was looking for some guidelines to deal with…

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SUPERNANNY HAS IT ALL WRONG: YOU DON’T HAVE TO HURT A CHILD TO TEACH THEM A LESSON!

Once again the SuperNanny has it all wrong this week. Having a child in distress for over 3 hours in order to teach the child that the parent is in charge, is abuse, in my opinion. The 5 year old…

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