I Give My Kids Reasons Instead of Saying “Because I Said So”

"Because I said so" has no place in my home. As soon as my kids were no longer newborns, I started giving them reasons for why they couldn't do something. "No, you can't eat paper because it's not food." "No, you can't have the scissors because they're sharp and you might hurt yourself." "No, you … Continue reading I Give My Kids Reasons Instead of Saying “Because I Said So”