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Two Thousand Kisses is a wonderful introduction to gentle parenting. I have read books by punitive authors such as Ezzo, the Pearls, Tripp and others who left me feeling at war with my children.
Two Thousand Kisses a Day: Gentle Parenting Through the Ages & Stages
I would find myself being less patient, quick to anger and assigning evil intent to their motives. The author is an independent child development researcher and mom of six 6!
The author provides understandable scenarios to illustrate her two thousand kisses a day and often gives easy to follow suggestions for every-day difficulties, such as doing chores in the house or feeding a picky eater, from a gentle parenting point of view.
Knost gives clear examples, fantastic suggestions and clear information for gentle parents wanting to develop secure, healthy, lifelong connections with their children.
Two Thousand Kisses a Day: Gentle Parenting Through the Ages and Stages by L.R. Knost
Knost is a two thousand kisses a day of six children herself, which gives her a valuable perspective of 25 years raising children. It is, instead, about being there in the small moments, the moments that matter to two thousand kisses a day children, and consciously meeting with them right where they are.
It takes you back to what parenting should be: The author also speaks with great candor about a few difficult moments she had with her children, as well as how she handled them as a gentle parent, and what she learned from the process.
It is honest, and it is enlightening. It is this gift that makes her an excellent adult voice for children and babies, and in a tone that comes across strongly and compassionately throughout the book. As one of many examples of her ability to view life through the eyes of a child, I found her discussion on how children learn about sharing to be quite helpful.
And she shares with you concrete ideas for every age and stage in an understanding, reasonable way.
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Chapter 2 Surviving the First Three Months with a Newborn shares ten steps to ease the transition when a new baby two thousand kisses a day the family. Chapter 3 Co-sleeping Like a Baby covers co-sleeping options from room-sharing to bed-sharing. The Healthiest Start shares some startling information about the health and economic costs of low breastfeeding rates and offers insight into some of the most common reasons new mothers struggle to breastfeed.
The author also struggled with breastfeeding her first two babies and makes no judgments about formula feeding.
Two Thousand Kisses a Day: Gentle Parenting Through the Ages and Stages
Chapter 8 Gentle Weaning offers tips for gently helping little ones through weaning from breastfeeding. Chapter 9 Picky Eater?
R Knost talks specifically about how babies are meant to two thousand kisses a day up multiple times a night reduces the risk of SIDS and enables them to keep their tiny stomachs topped up with milktoddlers and sharing if they never see their parents sharing why would you expect them to share everything?!
She is Christian but religion doesn't play a big part in this book.
There are a couple of mentions of God which are easy to gloss over if you two thousand kisses a day like that sort of thing, or not if you do. This book discusses the two-thousand connection points a day you can create when your children outgrow the two-thousand kisses a day newborn cuddle stage aww.
Simply brilliant and brilliantly simple! I loved the points brought up about punishment both physical and psychological. The fact that, although punishments can provide short term results in stopping unwanted behaviours for the time being, they cannot control the person.
If controlling another human being is the goal, then force is necessary.
Fear, intimidation, threats, power-plays, physical pain, those are all means of control.