Reasons My Kid is Crying author Greg Pembroke is the featured guest in this episode is all about meltdowns – something all parents have to deal with, and usually when it’s least convenient.
I ask Greg how pictures of his children went worldwide in a week, leading to an appearance on Good Morning America and a book deal. We’ll find out what toddler meltdown took place on opposite sides of the planet at the exact same time, and Greg will share what happened when one of his toddler’s famous meltdowns was recognized at Disney World.
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ParentNormal Questions Answered in this Episode:
- My baby has so many meltdowns for no reason it feels like my baby is just playing a terrible joke on me. My baby can’t be as seriously upset as she acts during these meltdowns, can she?
- What is the threshold of disaster for Sam from Quantum Leap to materialize and handle this meltdown for me?
- When my 3 year old has a meltdown in public, I don’t want to give into her demands. But I just have to make the meltdown stop, so I cave before it can get worse and bother any more people. Is that a smart idea?
- I don’t think there’s anything I can do to stop my toddler from having meltdowns every day. It makes me want to give up, which makes me wonder what a world ruled by toddlers who always got what they wanted would look like. What do you think?