This week I’m over at Bonbon Break (a mom site I adore!) offering a “Communication Guide” for all those times when you wonder if you actually speak the same language as your kids. You can either read the post, or . . . wait for it . . . LISTEN TO THE PODCAST, my first-ever one! Woohoo! To hear the dulcet sounds of my voice (I’m kidding about the dulcet part—am I the only person who feels totally weird hearing herself speak?!), you have a few options, listed at the bottom of this post. Enjoy!
What Moms Say Vs. What Kids Hear
Moms say: “The answer is no.”
Kids hear: “You should ask me again 18 times.”
Moms say: “Please stop making that noise.”
Kids hear: “That is my favorite noise ever. I’d like to hear it 500 more times.”
Moms say: “I’m going to take a shower now.”
Kids hear: “This would be a fantastic time for you to crack open the bathroom door with your eyes squeezed shut and ask me life-or-death questions like. . .”
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listen on STITCHER.
listen on iTunes.
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