Nora & Leo: Positive Parenting Ideas! #PositiveParenting #NoraAndLeo #NoraLeo

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I love this rewarding program called Nora & Leo. It comes with a fairy or pirate doll, treasure chest, a bag of pretend jewels, a story book and ideas to show your children how positive behavior is better for the family to function. My daughter has really shown improvement since we implemented this program into our home. She still has many times where she acts out but being 3 years old she is still just learning the way we need to behave in the home and out of the home. She loves when Nora gives her jewels. Once her treasure chest is filled I let her pick a small something from my mystery bag. I kinda remember my mom doing something similar for my sister and I because growing up we tended to argue a lot.

Since Chelsea is an only child at the moment she thinks that she can get away with everything. I don’t want her acting that way when we eventually start trying for another little one. I want her to be able to share and show positive behavior towards her siblings when that time comes.

The idea of Nora & Leo naturally reinforces behavior modification, because the anticipation of receiving a reward helps children to restrain themselves from undesired behavior and replace it with a new, more positive one. Research on behavior applied analysis shows that reinforcing desired behavior with a positive reward is more effective at changing behavior than simply punishing the negative behavior. Rewarding positive behaviors will foster more of the desired behaviors. Kids become happy to be good, and the program reinforces good parenting skills too.

On Tuesday, October 13, 2015,  Joy launched her much anticipated campaign on the popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter  (, with a goal of $15,000.  Within 24-hours, the campaign had already raised over $5,000 from parents across the USA.

Currently kits are only available through Kickstarter, but will be available online in the spring. Joy is developing  an online forum for feedback and discussions so parents all around the world can support each other.

Disclosure: I got this product free of charge in exchange for my honest opinion. I would never recommend a product that I have not tried myself nor used, every product on my blog has my full support and backing unless otherwise stated or noted. All opinions displayed here are my own. If you would like a review done contact Nicholle @ nscalacorona(a)gmail(dot)com

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