Real Parents Provide Discipline

Setting limits can be tough for parents–but it's important to discipline our children anyway.

Watching preschoolers can be exhausting. They love to explore and play–and these little explorers have little impulse control and absolutely no sense of danger. They assert their developing independence by "escaping," and it's no wonder parents feel like they could use some naptime, too! Some parents are comfortable with setting limits, and others are reluctant to discipline. Some would rather trail a wandering toddler around the playground, or let their kids make a mess at a restaurant rather than say, ...

Setting limits can be tough for parents–but it’s important to discipline our children anyway.

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