Parenting With a Focus on Language

Language matters. From the start of communication, how we speak has always mattered. Language seems to be the first to go in today's technological world.

Your children WILL speak as you speak. If you have an accent, your child will likely pick it up. If you always say, “ya'll,” your children will too.

Language to Avoid

Cussing Belittling Indistinct

Teaching your children new words is hugely beneficial. Acknowledging Feelings

Language to Master

Language is the most powerful tool that humans have.

Incorporating specific sayings when communicating with your children makes the correction seem less like a correction and more like a loving comment. Plus, if they rhyme, your kids are more likely to remember them.

Boot Camp Mom Says

– Sharing is Caring – Respect Each Other's Wishes – You Get What You Get, and You Don't Throw a Fit – Teamwork Makes the Dream Work – Pay the Dues for the Fun You Choose

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