Health & Family Ask Mr. Dad: 22 discipline ideas that really work, part 1 By ARMIN BROTT Tribune News Service LinkedIn Google+ Pinterest Reddit Print Order Reprint of this Story July 03, 2018 04:00 AM Dear Mr. Dad: You've talked about how futile it is to discipline an infant. That makes sense. But what about toddlers? A: At one time or another, all parents struggle with discipline – establishing limits, enforcing limits, and getting their kids to speak to them respectfully and do what they're supposed to do. But discipline isn't only about correction. It's also about teaching kids to control themselves and care about others so they can grow up to be productive members of society. I've put together a list of 22 approaches that will enable you to help your kids to do just that. Here are the first 10: Be firm. Set reasonable limits, explain them, and enforce them. Be consistent. Your child will learn to adapt to inconsistencies between you and … [Read more...] about Ask Mr. Dad: 22 discipline ideas that really work, part 1
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Kelly Tyko USA TODAY Published 6:58 p.m. UTC Jun 29, 2018 UPDATE: Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores nationwide are now closed. But is it really the end? The iconic toy retailer posted two updates on its Facebook page Friday, which indicated there would be "a next chapter for Geoffrey and the iconic Toys R Us brands." In a widely circulated photo of Geoffrey with a suitcase, Toys R Us wrote in a Facebook post, "Just going on a little vacation is all... #TRUBeContinued." “Stay tuned here for news and information on the next chapter for Geoffrey and the iconic Toys R Us brands," said the post at Facebook.com/toysrus. Previous story Toys R Us shoppers have been taking their last selfies with Geoffrey the giraffe and making their final purchases. All Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores will close on or before Friday, the iconic toy retailer announced. Many stores nationwide won't make it until Friday with some closing Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. Just like the … [Read more...] about Game over for Toys R Us! All stores now closed, but is this really the end?
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Compiled by Melissa Schorr June 28, 2018 EMILY KANZER: 26 / cinema staffer / aspiring filmmaker What makes her a catch: She works at a yoga studio and a theater, so if you date her, you get free yoga and movies Her hobbies: Making a documentary film about resettled remote outposts in Newfoundland Advertisement JACK BURKE: 27 / youth worker / comedian First thing people notice in his home: His book collection on historical atrocities What makes him a catch: His sense of humor 7:30 P.M. SALTY PIG, SOUTH END PICKUP TIME Emily I spent the day with my mom making Titanic jokes (because his name is Jack). I paradoxically had no stake in this date whatsoever, but also felt like I was going to throw up. Jack I was early, she was late. My sisters informed me that’s the way it should be. The waitress brought her over and we shook hands. Advertisement … [Read more...] about Blind date: ‘I remembered two years ago this really charming driver who was a standup’
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Will Robinson uses his chemistry knowledge to formulate an anti-ice plan in the first episode of "Lost in Space," but is the science sound? Phil Hornshaw, provided by Published 4:31 pm, Sunday, April 15, 2018 Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 ‘Lost in Space': Would Will Robinson’s Magnesium Idea Really Work to Melt Ice? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery (Note: This post contains spoilers for the first episode of Netflix’s “Lost in Space.”) Netflix’s reimagining of the classic 1960s sci-fi TV show “Lost in Space” has the Robinson family, marooned on a distant alien planet, encountering all kinds of dangerous hazards. One of the marks of the new series is its more realistic take on space travel, and some spiffy uses of science to solve those life-threatening space problems. The first episode of the show sees one such life-threatening space problem afflict the Robinsons, when they crash-land on an … [Read more...] about ‘Lost in Space’: Would Will Robinson’s Magnesium Idea Really Work to Melt Ice?