How to Help your Kids Stay Sane this Holiday Season // Carrie Scott, LMFT

How to Help your Kids Stay Sane this Holiday Season // Carrie Scott, LMFT
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If your kids are anything like my kids, they may start to lose their minds around this time of year. With an excessive of sugar, excitement, late nights, and holiday fun, my little cherubs can suddenly start acting like little demons, right when I want them to behave for family gatherings and traditions.

What’s a mama to do??

On today’s episode, Carrie Thomas Scott–a licensed professioCarrie-Thomas-Scott_013nal counselor and a mother herself–uses the four pillars of Simplicity Parenting to teach us how to protect our kids from catching a “soul fever” this holiday season.

Listen in for concrete strategies on how to help your children stay balanced and soul-healthy this holiday using these four pillars:

 

1. Environment

2. Schedule

3. Rhythms

4. Filtering Out the Adult World

Show Notes

Simplicity Parenting by Kim John Payne: https://www.amazon.com/Simplicity-Parenting-Extraordinary-Calmer-Happier/dp/0345507983

SimplicityParenting.com

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About the Podcast Host, Rachel Nielson

Rachel taught high school English for five years before deciding to be a stay-at-home mom to her two miracle babies, Noah Atticus, who was adopted, and Sally Grace, who was conceived through IVF.

In her life, Rachel has experienced great sorrow but also great joy--and she loves diving deep into the topics that matter most. Thank you for listening to the podcast and giving her a chance to share her heart.

2 Comments

  1. Brittney on 12/07/2018 at 11:52 PM

    This is just what I needed. I feel more determined now to be consistent this season with my children in providing a haven during the holidays. Thank you so much!

    • Rachel Nielson on 12/10/2018 at 1:48 PM

      Oh I’m so glad this was helpful!! Yes, you and your home can be a safe haven for your children during the holidays! xoxo

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