Tantrum Fix

Tantrum Fix Blog

With so many families around the world having to stay home with their little ones, we reached out to the super experienced homeschooling mama of 4 Marnesha Augustine for tips to get our toddlers entertained during this pandemic.

Marnesha holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's in family studies and can be found over at her blog where you'll find amazing resources for parents who normally homeschool, or are thinking of going that route, or those - like myself- who find ourselves in this new role. Thank you so much Marnesha! We love what you do and commend you for doing it so graciously.

Read more...

The world is going through an unprecedented crisis, facing a pandemic that has forced us to stay home to stop the virus from taking up more lives. The impact to the economy and our lives is massive. We are all experiencing some level of anxiety, depression and even grief for the live we used to have.

For all the families out there staying home with their little toddlers, trying to navigate their big emotions, feeling trapped in the house, here are 5 quick tips to avoid meltdowns:

Read more...

One of our lovely readers is currently dealing with his toddler refusing to go in his car seats, bursting into a tantrum every time they need to ride in the car. Below you will find the tips we shared with her today to get your child to cooperate and ride happily in his car seat:

Read more...

Dealing with emotional toddlers, or even preschoolers who aren't too verbal or get too upset to express themselves can be a real challenge. Flashcards are a great tool to get them to express emotions, label their feelings or simply find strategies to get out of an intense tantrum.

Read more...