week in review

Looking for a quick overview of what's new and hot from the past week at SheKnows Parenting? Check out our SheKnows Parenting week-in-review. From recent parenting news to can't miss tips, it's all here! This week's highlights include Alicia Silverstone's odd way of feeding her baby, mom tweets from Snooki, Alyssa Milano and Tori spelling, spring rain gear for kids, bullying and more.

A new way to feed a baby. Alicia Silverstone's baby eats like a bird. She claims Bear Blu loves it.

Mommy Tweets. Alicia Silverstone, Snooki, Alyssa Milano, Tori Spelling and more. Celeb moms take to Twitter.

Celeb bump day. Reese Witherspoon, Tori Spelling, Kristin Cavallari and Elizabeth Berkley. Hollywood bump watch.

SheKnows exclusive. Celebrity mom Denise Richards talks family, fun, motherhood and adoption. How this mom finds balance.

Eating your placenta. Why Mad Men star January Jones took placenta pills after birthing her son. Hollywood stars hop on the afterbirth bandwagon.

Spring is here -- time to shop. Crazy cute spring rain gear for kids. Rain, rain don't go away.

What to say when your child is gay. Parenting a gay teen. Expert advice.

How to stop mean girl behavior. When girls bully. Parenting Guru.

Less than a week until Easter! How to host an Easter party for kids. Get the Easter party started.

Speaking of Easter... Best books about Easter for kids. Help your kids learn all about this special day.

Dangerous Birth: Is childbirth becoming over-medicalized? The risks of high tech birth.

Little feet matter. Are you ruining your child's feet? Proper tips for children's shoes.

Being a digital mom. The importance of forming blogging partnerships. Power in numbers.

TMI or a good source of support? Sharing a miscarriage on Facebook. Should you find support... or grieve quietly?

Dawson's baby name. James Van Der Beek reveals his son's name. Baby Hold.

Mom Style. Shoes, shoes, shoes. Real Moms Guide.

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Comments on "Alicia Silverstone feeds her baby, Tori Spelling's pregnancy, spring rain gear and more"

Luiz July 11, 2012 | 2:23 PM

What I'll do is to model on the behaviour which I would want the child to exihbit. Ie: Show her what questions she is to ask, what she should say and do. Most often they still misbehave in the same way as they do not know the alternative , and more acceptable behaviour, in the given situation.It does work as there are lesser incidences of my 2.5yr old melting down and misbehaving.

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