Crayons and Tantrums Podcast
Welcome to the Podcast. Every week Monica will bring you a new episode filled with honest information, stories, experiences and sometimes special guests to help you with the daily challenges that come up when raising a young child today.
Episode Introduction: Show Notes
I’m having one of those “I can’t believe I’m doing this” moments. I’ve been back and forth with launching this podcast for so long and everything pointed to doing it, so here I am. And let me just say, I’m truly excited!
This episode is about what this podcast is really about and what encouraged me to create it. I’m even sharing a story from my first experience with “bad behavior” in the classroom. Actually “bad behavior” from a preschooler. Let’s just say I wasn’t ready for it.
Thanks for listening! I’m just over the moon about sharing this time with you every week and being able to hear your feedback and thoughts. Don’t forget to check in every Wednesday for a new episode. Come hang out with me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter so we can hold each other accountable on understanding your child’s behavior and development and how to best approach the challenges. Chat soon!
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In this episode, you’ll learn:
Why I named the show Crayons & Tantrums.
Why Crayons and Tantrums was created.
What we’ll be talking about the new Podcast!
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More about The Crayons and Tantrums Podcast:
Monica J Sutton talks about the good, the bad and everything in between those early childhood years. She brings fresh approaches and a new mindset around real early childhood topics. Dive into stories from early childhood classrooms and conversations about topics like child behavior and child development. There are even occasional interviews with some pretty amazing guests.
“Real talks with real solutions about the good, the bad and everything in between those early childhood years.”
Listen each week. You have everything you need to teach your children new skills that will impact them for a lifetime!