Good Habits to Implement Now to Prevent Toddler Tantrums During the Holidays – Podcast Ep 73

Good Habits to Implement Now to Prevent Toddler Tantrums During the Holidays – Podcast Ep 73

The holidays are stressful enough without meltdowns. Luckily, Leanne has some tools to help us prevent toddler tantrums during the holidays.

Published November 23, 2021

by Nina Spears

The Baby Chick®: Pregnancy, Birth & Postpartum Expert

The holiday season can spark a lot of emotions in the family—excitement, joy, anxiety, dread . . . And that’s not including all of the emotions from our toddlers! We know that big events can bring up big emotions. Now that the holidays are upon us, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to chat with Leanne about how to prevent toddler tantrums during the holiday season.

Leanne Sherred is a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist and the President of Expressable, an online speech therapy company that envisions a modern, affordable, and convenient way for anyone who needs speech therapy to access these vital services. Leanne spent her career working in various speech therapy settings before starting Expressable. She worked in pediatric outpatient clinics, schools, early intervention, and home health. She studied Speech and Hearing Sciences at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and gained her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Today Leanne calls Austin, Texas, home.

We know that the holidays can be stressful enough without meltdowns. Luckily, our friend Leanne has some useful tools to help us as parents stay ahead of a toddler tantrum by using communication strategies. We’re excited to explore them together with you in this episode. Cheers to preventing tantrums during the holidays!

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