All posts by Carine Robin

Babyled weaning & Montessori

Weaning the Montessori way:When the weaning process has started, when the child can sit and enjoys sitting at the weaning table, the child and his parents develop a new relationship. The child is not fed

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Elimination communication or toilet learning without a diaper

Today, I have the pleasure to share this interview with Kate Jacoba Arnold, an Elimination communication coach, based in Holland. More info about her coaching here. And her facebook group here.Elimination

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Meet a Montessori Family – Liane and Oliver

Today, in my series Meet a Montessori-family,let me introduce you to Liane and her son Oliver. Liane took my parenting course more than 2 years ago .​You can follow her Montessori journey on

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Montessori Unit Study: all about Dandelions

With dandelions in abundance around us, it seems fitted to explore this wonderful plant!Let's not call it a weed, shall we?Dandelion is one of the first flower to appear in Spring and can flower until

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Montessori aligned Potty training books for children

The weather is beautiful here in the UK and it seems that every parent has decided to potty train their child!I have a blog post with plenty of info about how to develop toilet awareness in your child. And

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Meet a Montessori Family – Freyja and Joseph

Today, I'm introducing you to a new feature on my blog. I see Montessori as a way of life. The name of my business has always been Montessori-family as I am convinced that every family can benefit from

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Montessori-inspired Easter Activities

CLICK HERE to join our community of 13 000 like minded parents.Here some Montessori inspired activities that would be perfect for Spring and Easter.Lining up chicksI found that cute serving bowl in a Poundland

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Montessori parenting: ideas for the child who likes to throw!

One of the main common questions in ​Gentle Discipline course is this one:“How do you stop a child throwing food from his highchair?”Throwing is a powerful need for young toddlers.Toddlers are like

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Montessori aligned Easter books

I will start this blog post by acknowledging that Easter is foremost a Christian celebration. If you are a secular family, you may want to focus on the religious aspect of Easter. Maybe for you, Easter

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