There is a brand new blog called, Grace For My Sheep. Her latest post looks at a human’s inherent need for Jesus and how that relates to gentle parenting. Lovely!
The Hippie Housewife shares 3 Ways to Respond to a Toddler Who Won’t Listen.
Pearl In Oyster (PIO) shows us what Deciding What You Will Do looks like as she continues her 52 Tool Cards Series.
Dulce de Leche continues her 10 Commandments For Parents series with The 10 Commandments for Parents: Taking His Name in Vain.
Pearl in Oyster (PIO) continues her 52 Tool Cards series with 52 Tool Cards Double Feature: Focus on Solutions and Problem Solving.
While we’re on the subject of gentle parenting, here is a Post from Momma on a Mission: Journey to Gentle Discipline.
Carissa Robinson looks at how God Responds To His Children When They Sin. Do we respond to our children the same way?
And to help us with that, Pearl in Oyster (PIO) explains how to use Natural Consequences in a gentle way as she continues her 52 Tool Card Series. This is a very important post as it is very easy to ruin the lesson with the wrong attitude.
Pearl in Oyster (PIO) continues her 52 Tool Cards series with a very helpful post about eliciting cooperation by observing aloud and playful parenting.
Meanwhile, Dulce de Leche explains how we should Use Our Words carefully in order to make sure that our young children understand what we want from them.
I have had so much to share lately that my Gentle Parenting posts have been building up. Here are some great posts to help you fill your Gentle Discipline Toolbox as well as encourage you in your Gentle Parenting.
Claire continues her Myth Busting at Dare To Disciple with Myth Busting 8: Breaking a lamb’s leg.
Dulce de Leche explains about Opening Up the GD Toolbox: Stories.
Carissa Robinson shares about Parenting Through Changes.
Pearl in Oyster continues her series 52 Tool Cards Double Feature: Empower your Kids and Encouragement.
Cultured Mama explains How to Raise a Human, Radically.
Sally Clarkson shares Her philosophy of parenting: Pondering Christ.
I have had so much to share lately that my Gentle Parenting links have been piling up.
Carissa Robinson describes Genuine Obedience.
Dulce De Leche explains about Gentle Parenting, that It’s a Lifestyle, Not an Event.
Claire continues her Myth Busting series with Myth Busting 6: “I could see it in her eyes”.
Greengem reminds us to keep Playful Parenting in our toolbox in My other car is a pterodactyl…
MorningGloryGirl has a post at Dare To Disciple about Dealing With Children’s Big Feelings.
Libby Anne has a very interesting blog post about how being raised by the Pearls’ teachings affects her efforts to gently parent her daughter in Parenting Is Not A Contest.
For more examples of Gentle Parenting, check out Pearl in Oyster’s (PIO’s) play by play of one whole day day:
A Day in the Life, Part 1 – Morning Routine
A Day in the Life, Part 2 – getting out the door and running a few errands.
A Day in the Life, Part 3 – Library and Lunch
A Day in the Life, Part 4-The Rest of our Day
And allow Greenegem to show you what Guiding with a rod looks like.
Pearl in Oyster (PIO) shared about another handy tool for your toolbox, Story Telling. This tool is good for calming children as well as setting them up for success.
Pearl In Oyster (PIO) continues her 52 Tool Cards series with Control Your Behavior. This is something to keep in mind as I have also noticed that I tend to set the tone for the family.
Dulce de Leche shares how she discovered a new tool for her parenting toolbox, Waiting.
Dulce de Leche has posted part 2 of her teaching on the Gentle Discipline Toolbox.
Dulce de Leche is coached in gentle parenting by her 7 yr old in Wise as Serpents, Harmless as Doves.
Lucy tells us how she gently parents her teenager at Dare to Disciple.
Along similar lines, Virginia Is For Mothers has written a post about using Calm Words with our children rather than yelling and/or scolding. This is a good reminder for all of us.
Meanwhile, Under Much Grace continues with her series analyzing the Schatz Tragedy. It occurs to me that this series should probably be read by the Schatzes defense attorneys.
To help us expand our Gentle Discipline Toolbox, Carissa Robinson shares A Few Tools Which Have Worked For Her Sweet Little Guy.