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9 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Coping with Meltdowns

  1. Ashley  

    Redirecting to a much loved activity, like outside time, usually helps Sasha cope with meltdowns. Unfortunately, a new meltdown often occurs when it is time to go back inside.

    That’s usually my policy around the house too. It’s nice now that there are more kids playing out around the yard, but then coming in becomes an issue. Still: worth it to let him run out the energy. Typically a good run and a vent will help he sleep better overnight.

  2. Charise@I Thought I Knew Mama  

    It must be so hard to be a little one and not have names for all of your thoughts and feelings. I love the creative ways that parents help with gentle tactics!

  3. Amy @ Anktangle  

    I agree with Charise—it must be so very tough to navigate this big world with very few coping skills and ways to express your feelings. Change of scenery or of activity is often a great solution to an overwhelming situation for little ones. Great photos!

  4. Dionna  

    I love the baby doll doing yoga!!

  5. Kat @ Loving {Almost} Every Moment

    Thank you all for sharing! And I have to say, meltdown or not, all the pictures are SUPER cute!!!

  6. Rachel @ Lautaret Bohemiet

    These were all great – such a wealth of knowledge you ladies have.

    And p.s. That picture of little Mikko was priceless, absolutely priceless.

  7. Sarh S  

    See when my 6yr old or 22 month old are having a melt down trying to talk to them or touch them just makes them WORSE! 🙁 We have tried everything. Every once in a while if we say loud enough their favorite activity or lets go outside and they are listening then it may work.