This post is sponsored. All opinions expressed are my own. So often we have heard, “Kids should come with instruction manuals.” Well, Dr. Patricia Gage and Dr. Gina Penaflor, a school psychologist and a pediatrician, have come together to create an effective parenting tips card series they lovingly refer to as “Hang in There,” so now kids can come with instructions! Parenting is a blessing filled with joys but it also has its challenges. The Hang in There cards offer better parenting tips because they are easy to access reference cards that get straight to the point with actionable, effective parenting tips. They cover parenting issues you may be dealing with for newborns to school age children as well as first aid information.
Better Parenting Tips- Parenting Cards For New Parents to Grandparents
The Hang in There parenting cards come in sets of cards around a single parenting challenge. They come on a handy ring with a clip so they can easily be accessible whether attached to your diaper bag, hung on the refrigerator, or clipped to your purse. The parenting guides offer better parenting tips because they provide you with concise information for immediate action.
Looking for a less stressful, more productive and more rewarding parenting experience? The Hang in There effective parenting tips cards can help. They serve as a quick reminder of specific steps you can take right now in your parenting journey. Their goal is to empower all parents with up to date information and practical strategies to support the raising of healthy, resilient, happy children.
You can see the complete assortment of parenting tips card sets at hangnthere.com and I will review a few here. They make great gifts for new parents or they may be just what you are looking for to help you with parenting challenges you are encountering right now.
Handling Your Child’s Meltdowns and Temper Tantrums- Effective Parenting Tips
This handy dandy parenting tips card set comes with 15 information packed cards to help you through those trying toddler years of meltdowns and toddler tantrums. They help you recognize what is normal and the causes and they give you tools and steps to handle the problem and help your child develop the skills to comfort and calm herself and solve problems appropriately. I love how these cards really offer effective parenting tips and at the same time help you realize you are not alone. These are normal stages and they can be worked through with the better parenting tips they provide to help you “hang in there”!
From parenting tips cards that help you address and solve problems like the set just mentioned, they also offer inspirational parenting cards that will help you meet goals instead of just react to problems.
Give Your Child the Gift of Optimism
This set of cards offers inspiration better parenting tips to help you give your child the gift of optimism. Did you know that benefits of optimism include: better health; more success in school, sports, social, and recreational activities; less likely to develop anxiety or depression? This card set offers 31 packed pages of effective parenting tips on setting the stage for optimism, setting realistic goals, practicing mental imagery, expressing gratitude, using positive self-talk, and so much more. I clipped these to my purse and read them while I was waiting in the car rider pick up line last week.
I loved this quote, “As a parent you don’t have to strive to strive to give your child the best of everything; you just have to raise a child who is willing to make the best of everything given to her.”
There are also parenting cards for practical topics such as breastfeeding and first aid.
Pediatric First Aid: Asthma Attack & Anaphylaxis
These cards offered 12 pages of detailed information that would great to keep on the refrigerator for care giver reference. From recognizing the symptoms to responding to any problems, the cards help give comfort, confidence, and knowledge to the caregiver so they can respond in the best way.
Hang In There Parenting Cards Giveaway:
One lucky reader will receive an assortment of Hang In There parenting tips card sets that are great for new parents to grandparents. $70 value
Giveaway Dates: March 16- April 4, 2016 Midnight CST
How to Enter: Enter through Giveaway Tools- just sign into the widget and click the entries you want to complete (comment, follow, or share).
Winner announced above in the Giveaway Tools widget on March 22, 2016. Winner will be selected through Giveaway Tools and I will notify by email. Winner must respond within 4 days or the prize will be forfeited and alternate winner will be chosen. Your email will not be shown and will be kept private.
Which sets of Hang In There Effective Parenting Tips cards would you like to win the most?