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Hi Veronika, Love your journal, particulalry this ...

2007-01-15T20:04:00.000-08:00

Hi Veronika,
Love your journal, particulalry this recent post on descipline. I have 2 beautiful homebirthed boys,the eldest of which is 4 and naturally exuberant about life and just wants to live it at it's fullest. I am so sick and tired of people (particualrly childless people) who see this behaviour and 1. assume there is somethiong wromg about it, and 2. start sprouting the Super Nanny and what she would do.
So, yeah your post really resonated with me. I strongly believe that children are a mirror of ourselves. Guiding them into having their own self-discipline really starts by guiding oursleves. Thanks for the inspiration.
Peace xo
Michelle



Hello all.. My 15-month-old is 'disciplined' by at...

2007-01-15T01:46:00.000-08:00

Hello all.. My 15-month-old is 'disciplined' by attachment, so that I am always there to redirect her energies as needed (away from sharp objects, electricity, water etc). The other night, we were in bed playing with her baby doll. I was making the doll say 'Mama' to Olivia, when she gently took the doll from me, lifted her shirt and put the doll to her 'breast'. It was so sweet and life-affirming, and it was a great encouragement to me that all the time spent nurturing her is 'discipline'. I agree with V, that (paraphrasing) the ultimate goal of discipline is to instill self-discipline. Blessings to all from
Alison and Olivia