Natural vs. Logical Consequences

2 thoughts on “Natural vs. Logical Consequences”

    1. You come more than prepared, bring toys and coloring and snacks. Sit in the back with them, bring books to read, have sing-alongs, have finger-puppet shows. Adults, as you can, take turns driving and entertaining the child. If you do allow screentime, you might save this for the car trip.
      As far as consequences go this would be turning off music or putting away toys as they are screaming (logical negative) and allowing toys and music as they can be quiet but that by itself at this little age is not likely to work.

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