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Did Your Child Come Without a Manual? Look No Further! #FB4F

Everything Mommyhood was compensated for this post, but all thoughts and opinions are those of our own.

Everything Mommyhood was recently chosen as a blog ambassador for Feeling Buddies through Conscious Discipline and I’m so super excited to take you along on this journey as I try the five steps for self-regulation with my two daughters. I know with my first child, the terrible twos, then the “threenager” stage, and so on, I had no idea what to do. Every day was a fly-by-the-seat-of-my-pants kind of day as a new mom. Now that I have two girls, I feel most days like “I got this” but then some days throw me for a loop and just make me question my sanity. My girls did not come with manuals, WHY??? Well now, we have the opportunity to try out this program and I’m so excited to share everything with my readers. Having two girls who are completely different from one another, I hope I can provide some insight on how this program goes with each of them differently.

Feeling Buddies For Families is a self-regulation toolkit for families. To make it easy to understand without much detail right now, it’s basically a guide on how to eliminate stress as parents and help your child with their frustration and feelings. Sounds totally awesome right?

Included in this kit is a great book, Managing Emotional Mayhem, which is an easy read, but it’s incredibly useful. All families are their own little systems and parents must be in control of their feelings before we can expect kids to manage theirs. This book helps with all of that.

After reading over that, you are then ready for the video coaching. These short videos are very entertaining. I was thoroughly intrigued with Dr. Bailey; as she has a knack for breaking down the research into bite size and easy to digest bits of info for any parent to take in. This is great for us as parents. I know I personally don’t have time to decipher everything, so for someone to break it down and explain it to me is great.

Author and creator Becky Bailey will serve as your ‘virtual coach,’ walking you through the content and use of each resource via exclusive video coaching sessions for parents.

Right now, I’ve only looked over the materials to try and get myself familiar with them, and over the next month or so, I will be implementing all of this with my kids. I’m looking forward to sharing the results and the rest of the process with you so I hope that you stay tuned to follow our journey along the way!

The Feeling Buddies for Families Toolkit includes:

-Online Video Coaching for Parents with Dr. Bailey

-Managing Emotional Mayhem (book)

-Mini Feeling Buddies with carrying case

-Helping my Feeling Buddies (book)

-Listen to Your Feelings (CD)

Buy it: You can purchase your at home Feeling Buddies kit for only $99.

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Deborah D

Saturday 8th of April 2017

This will come in handy for a lot of people. Nice tool kit.


Tuesday 4th of April 2017

This sounds so interesting. When we were kids, parents would consult the book by Dr. Spock, or even talk with the pediatrician about little things, when they would often even make house calls.

Amber Ludwig

Sunday 12th of March 2017

Love this!! Teaching a kiddo how to manage emotions can be so trying!! Any tools to help are really amazing!!

Tamra Phelps

Friday 3rd of March 2017

I don't have kids, but I have a niece & nephews who are here most days after school. Right now, I have a 7 year old nephew who will have the last word or bust, lol. Stubborn!


Tuesday 28th of February 2017

Interesting idea. Not sure I agree as parents each have their own way of raising their child without someone telling them what to do. This might work for some parents, though.