The art of mothering is to teach the art of living to children.” — Elaine HeffnerMost kids go through phases of trying out rude behavior toward their parents.
And all humans sometimes let a momentary irritation get the better of them, so they snap at others. So you can count on your kids sometimes being rude to you.Parents are often advised to ignore mild eye rolling but to crack down on real disrespect. But how do you know the difference? What does cracking down look like and is that effective?
Should you really strategically ignore mouthy behavior, from a toddler or a tween?I don’t think ignoring any provocative behavior from a child is ever a good idea.Read more on positivelypositive.com