7 Tools for Kids Who are Wired Differently |This Indulgent Life | A review from 'How to talk so little kids will listen' on the 7 tools parents of neurodivergent kids can use to gently parent. | #neurodivergent #gentleparenting #autismspectrumdisorder #sensoryprocessingdisorder

Reflecting on “How to Talk so Little Kids Will Listen” Chapter 5: Tools for Kids Who Are Differently Wired

Reflecting on Chapter 5: Tools for Kids Who Are Differently Wired- Modifications for autism and sensory issues Parenting or teaching a child who is strong-willed or neuroatypical has its own challenges and rewards, but the inability to reason with them in a way you expect makes many think that these Read more…

Book Review of Ch. 4 Tools for Praise and Appreciation from How To Talk So Little Kids Will Listen

Reflecting on “How to Talk so Little Kids Will Listen” Chapter 4: Tools for Praise and Appreciation- How To Use Praise Effectively

Chapter 4: Tools for Praise and Appreciation- How To Use Praise Effectively Do you know how to use praise effectively? What is so wrong with “good boy” or “Great job”? Does even the way we speak positivity need to be challenged?! According to the research, it does. I have to Read more…

Boogie’s Book Review Episode 3: Baby’s First Animals and Usborne’s Under The Sea Chunky Book

This week on Boogie’s book review we’re going to look at two books that are perfect for babies, toddlers, and even early readers. These two books help build vocabulary, sight word recognition, and animal recognition while being a quick easy read for the parent. Do you have a favorite animal Read more…

Boogie's Book Review Episode 1- Fuzzy Ocean and My First Learning Groovers Animals

Boogie’s Book Review Episode 1: Fuzzy Ocean and My First Learning Groovers: Animals

In Boogie’s Book Review Episode 1, we will look at 2 interactive children’s books about animals. These two fun books are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. These children’s books are great for building vocabulary and sight recognition while appealing to the kinesthetic learners.   Do you have a favorite interactive children’s Read more…