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This Mom is Going to Lose It. Please Help.

Topic today is sleep tips for elementary aged kids. This Mommy SOS comes from a friend of mine who is about to lose it. You know those SOS scenarios moms?

The Train To Crazy: Teach your kids to clean (printable chore chart)  not sure it's possible to get them to do it without whining....but worth a try!

Teach Your Child To Read Tips - teach your kids to clean (without whining, begging or nagging involved) - TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ and Enable Your Child to Become a Fast and Fluent Reader!

It's important to stay calm and use empathy when we talk to our kids. Sometimes, it's hard to know what to say instead. Here are some examples of how we "react" to our kids and some alternative responses to try instead

Do You React or Respond to Your Kids?

Though this is for parents, it's a terrific example of reacting versus responding and what it means to be mindful of our interactions with others.

This mom has a great list of things for her kids to remember when they are choosing friends that will make up their inner circle.

25 Things I Want My Kids to Know About Choosing Friends

How to manage screen time for kids - plus a new link up! #ParentingTipsNeeded

How to manage screen time for kids - plus a new link up! #ParentingTipsNeeded

Common Parenting Rules that Should be Broken 21 House rules...do these apply in your household? www.facebook.com/...

Every home needs family house rules. Here are 21 basic family house rules that are simple, straightforward and get right to the point.

20 Questions to ask your children when you're putting them to bed to help develop your relationship- these are sweet.

20 Pillow Talk Questions for You and Your Child

20 pillow talk questions to use at bedtime (or in the car or at dinner) to help build your relationship kids

Sweet Orange Fox: Bringing Home Baby Stock-Up Shopping List While I may not need everything from this list better safe then sorry

The BEST list for stocking up before baby! Includes a printable shopping list! Here is a woman that thinks like me!

Say this, Not That, a parent's guide. Examples of common parenting phrases, rewritten using positive language!

Say this, Not that: A Parent's Guide

Are you feeling frustrated that your kids respond to you with grunts? Sometimes, the way we phrase things can make a big difference. So, here’s a quick reference guide for parents.

Ideas for summer for children prone to anxiety - especially due to change and uncertainty.

A lovely list of short sentences that may help an axious or worried little one from "Spin-Doctor Parenting": 10 Things to Say to an Anxious Child

What I like about this is it places emphasis on the fact that "the talk" shouldn't be a single conversation, but instead an ongoing one through years to create the open lines of communication on the topic!

How to Have “The Talk” with Your Kids: A Step By Step Plan Every Parent Needs

Scared to talk to your kids about sex? Yeah, every parent feels that way. How do we bring up the topic? How do we make sure we’re not sharing “too much, too soo

If your baby is fighting sleep there is A LOT you can do to improve it! These tips worked wonders for our baby.

Why Do Babies Fight Sleep?

Pinner says. - If your baby is fighting sleep there is A LOT you can do to improve it! These tips worked wonders for our baby.

10 things to ask your kids ♡

Sometimes it's good to listen. Really listen. To your kids. Take a moment to talk with your kids this week. Ask a few questions. You may be surprised at what you find out! I think this can apply even to adult children!

10 things parents should tell their sons before their 1st date.

ten things boy/girl should know before first date - good info for mommies of tweens!

This list is great for all parents. Try asking your kids these questions the next time they come home from school!  {pacifickid.net}

29 Ways to Ask Your Kids “How Was School Today?”