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I’m a Mom of two amazing little humans, five dogs, three chickens & 500+ pheasants. We live on what I like to call the mini farm. But not far enough away from civilization — Instacart still delivers.I am a lover of & advocate for all children. I'm the awkward lady at church making faces at any baby that catches my eye.I understand how hard this job of parenthood is... whining makes my blood boil just like the rest of you. One of my sweet children is extremely spirited — and so I get it — on a level that becomes more and more personal each milestone in their lives.My goal is to help parents love parenting and parent with love, using the support, a new perspective and simple strategies from Xo Parenting.

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I’m a Mom of two amazing little humans, five dogs, three chickens & 500+ pheasants. We live on what I like to call the mini farm. But not far enough away from civilization — Instacart still delivers.I am a lover of & advocate for all children. I'm the awkward lady at church making faces at any baby that catches my eye.I understand how hard this job of parenthood is... whining makes my blood boil just like the rest of you. One of my sweet children is extremely spirited — and so I get it — on a level that becomes more and more personal each milestone in their lives.My goal is to help parents love parenting and parent with love, using the support, a new perspective and simple strategies from Xo Parenting.

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Xo Parenting

Latest release on Jan 11, 2021

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Rank #1: 34. Outdoor adventures with your young kiddos with Rachel Sanchez

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Rachel Sanchez from @beboldlittleones is super passionate about getting outside and adventuring with her family and young kids, 7-year-old, 4-year-old, and 2-years-old. Hiking allows their girls to test their abilities, develop core strength, and grow in confidence and body positivity, and more. Learn the logistics of getting outside in the winter with your young kids.

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⋒ FACEBOOK GROUP: facebook.com/groups/xoparenting

Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

Jan 11 2021

20mins

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Rank #2: 33. Living mindfully with rhythms, routines and schedules

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Living mindfully can be a challenge for a to-do list type of person (aka enneagram type 3). I'm incorporating a mix of rhythms and routines into our days to make sure I'm really holding space to be present and enjoy moments with my kids.

Get our free weekly mindful planner printable.

⋒ SHOW NOTES: xolaurenpace.com/xoparenting
⋒ FACEBOOK GROUP: facebook.com/groups/xoparenting

Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

Jan 04 2021

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Rank #3: 32. Helping Young Kids Develop Emotional Intelligence with Tyler Beckstrand, LCSW

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Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

There is a lot of education on academics in our formal training, but not a lot on emotional intelligence. What would it be like if we learned emotions in school like we did math, history, or reading? Bear’s Book of Emotions was written to help children identify emotions in themselves. This is based on the concept of emotional intelligence which states that the 4 components of being emotionally sound are: 1 - Identifying emotions in ourselves, 2 - Identifying emotions in others, 3 - Regulating our own emotions, and 4 - Regulating emotions in our relationships with others.

Dec 28 2020

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Rank #4: 31. How to Prepare for Road trips with Young Kiddos

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When you travel with young kids, preparation is key. With this guide it's easy! Know your triggers and prepare for activities. I pack two baskets — one with snacks and tools to prevent challenges from our triggers and one with tech/non-tech activities. I put them in an easy-to-reach spot with all the essentials & we rotate through the snacks and activities, all while preventing triggers.

⋒ SHOW NOTES: xolaurenpace.com/xoparenting
⋒ FACEBOOK GROUP: facebook.com/groups/xoparenting

Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

Dec 21 2020

14mins

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Rank #5: 30. Teach your kids to handle frustration PROACTIVELY

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Download a free mad chart on the blog for some skills you can work on with your child to handle frustration!

In response to my podcast, “stop ignoring the junk,“ I got some of the BEST feedback. I loved where the conversation went… that we can’t just focus on the positive and show our kids we only value POSITIVE feelings. All feelings are valid. Sometimes our negative behavior is annoying — but it’s still communicating something going on within our bodies.

So when our kids feel FRUSTRATED they may whine, backtalk, cry, threw a tantrum, roll their eyes… etc. Instead of “ignoring“ the behavior or just redirecting. We need to acknowledge and accept the feeling, and then help them learn ways to communicate that frustration appropriately. We aren’t asking them to not be frustrated… we are actually just helping them not kick us in the face with their muck boot when frustrated.
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⋒ SHOW NOTES: xolaurenpace.com/xoparenting
⋒ FACEBOOK GROUP: facebook.com/groups/xoparenting

Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

Dec 14 2020

18mins

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Rank #6: 29. Getting on the Same Parenting Page as Your Partner with Jessica Bright, LMFT

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Are you on the same parenting page as your partner? Most couples come from very different family backgrounds, traditions, education, temperaments, and experience. This means we are naturally going to come into parenting with different views! Learn how to get on the same parenting page, be a support to each other, and navigate these discussions peacefully and proactively.
⋒ SHOW NOTES: xolaurenpace.com/xoparenting
⋒ FACEBOOK GROUP: facebook.com/groups/xoparenting

Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

Dec 07 2020

33mins

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Rank #7: 28. Children would do well if they COULD do well

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Let’s look at behavior differently than we traditionally would look at challenging behavior. Instead of seeing it as misbehavior or disrespect, we should view it through a Positive Behavior Support sense…. Their behavior is communicating a need or missing skill. As Ross Greene teaches, “If they could do well, they would do well.” What supports do they need to be able to do well? Prevent, Teach, Reinforce!
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.⋒ SHOW NOTES: xolaurenpace.com/xoparenting
⋒ FACEBOOK GROUP: facebook.com/groups/xoparenting

Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

Nov 30 2020

18mins

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Rank #8: 27. Developing Self Worth to Safeguard Your Child Against Bullying with Meg Apperson

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Meg is a blogger, author, and mom of 4. Her third child Avery who is currently five-years-old and was born with Syndromic Craniosynostosis. Today Meg talks a little bit more about helping our kids develop self-worth to safeguard against bullying and how we can navigate the conversations when someone's different from us.
⋒ SHOW NOTES: xolaurenpace.com/xoparenting
⋒ FACEBOOK GROUP: facebook.com/groups/xoparenting

Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

Nov 23 2020

24mins

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Rank #9: 26. Screens: Helping children develop self-regulation in a world of tech

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**Disclaimer: This information is research and evidence-based, along with MY opinion and decision for what I am going to do with it for my child.

Tune into what your gut says about what is right for your family

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⋒ FACEBOOK GROUP: facebook.com/groups/xoparenting

Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

Nov 16 2020

23mins

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Rank #10: 25. Not a Listening Problem, its a Self-Regulation Problem

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So today's is called come early, stay late and this is a strategy that I learned from a national conference that I went to when I was a teacher for preschool and I had a really difficult class as I've talked about before, but there were some kids who like, they didn't need a behavior plan. They didn't need like positive behavior support, individualized interventions, but still I would say something and they just wouldn't listen. It's like, they couldn't hear it, they couldn't tune into it. So for example, I'd be like, okay, we need to use walking feet and I like stop him and be like, Johnny use walking feet, Johnny use walking feet and I would say that in two seconds later, Johnny would be so excited to be running again.

What I realized in learning about this and learning about regulation and stuff like that is

IT WASN'T A LISTENING PROBLEM. HE HEARD IT, HE TRIED, AND THEN TWO SECONDS LATER HE WAS DOING IT AGAIN.
IT WAS A SELF-REGULATION PROBLEM.
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Sign up for 2-week or 4-week parent coaching for 10% off with code XOPARENTINGPODCAST, xolaurenpace.com/coaching

If you're new to me, I'm Lauren Pace. Mom of two (one on the way). I have a Master's Degree in Child Development with research in challenging behavior. I have worked as a behavior coach online, in classrooms, and in homes.

Talking about child development & challenging behavior fires me up with so much passion and my goal is to help parents all over the world.

I love helping parents understand their children, see hard behavior through new lenses & strengthen their relationships.

Nov 09 2020

11mins

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