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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Win No-Cry Solution books – autographed!

TWO people will each win a full set of five No-Cry Solution books – autographed!
The No-Cry Nap Solution *NEW*

The No-Cry Sleep Solution (for babies)

The No-Cry Sleep Solution for Toddlers & Preschoolers

The No-Cry Discipline Solution

The No-Cry Potty Training Solution



As a mother of 5 children, all under 8 years old, it can be quite challenging to keep everyone happy and cooperative. The author emailed me about her books and told me about her giveaway. One of the things I personally could say I KNOW works well for my kids is this tip:
from: The No-Cry Discipline Solution By: Elizabeth Pantley

"Distract and involve"
Children can easily be distracted when a new activity is suggested. If your child is whining or fussing try viewing it as an “activity” that your child is engaged in. Since children aren’t very good multi-taskers you might be able to end the unpleasant activity with the recommendation of something different to do.




I have never heard of this next tip, but I am going to try it:
from: The No-Cry Discipline Solution By: Elizabeth Pantley

Teach the Quiet Bunny
When children get worked up, their physiological symptoms keep them in an agitated state. You can teach your child how to relax and then use this approach when fussing begins.

• You can start each morning or end each day with a brief relaxation session. Have your child sit or lie comfortably with eyes closed. Tell a story that he’s a quiet bunny. Name body parts (feet, legs, tummy, etc.) and have your child wiggle it, and then relax it.

• Once your child is familiar with this process you can call upon it at times when he is agitated. Crouch down to your child’s level, put your hands on his shoulders, look him in the eye and say, let’s do our Quiet Bunny. And then talk him through the process. Over time, just mentioning it and asking him to close his eyes will bring relaxation.

HOW TO ENTER:


THE FOLLOWING IS AN EXCERPT from my

email from Elizabeth Pantley:


HOW TO ENTER:

Choose a line or two, or a complete except from any of my books. (Lots of excerpts on my website - take what you want!)

Quote it on your blog, website, newsletter, or Facebook page.

~ Include the title and author, PLEASE. ~

Send me the link to: elizabeth@pantley.com

That’s all ~ you’re entered!

Winners to be chosen at random on July 15, 2009.

See my website home page for a list of lucky past winners.

http://www.pantley.com/elizabeth


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