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"20" Reasons NOT to Spank: Ditch those books!

What's one thing these popular books all have in common? What's that have to do wit.

"20" Reasons NOT to Spank: Testing the Spirit of the Advice you Follow

"20" Reasons NOT to Spank: Testing the Spirit of the Advice you Follow

Check out this surefire trick for raising your kids to be kind and caring. Plus a free printable to use with your kids at home!

40 Questions That Will Teach Your Kid to Be Kind to Others

Check out this surefire trick for raising your kids to be kind and caring. Plus a free printable to use with your kids at home! This is so important -- to me teaching resilience and kindness go hand in hand!

These Are the Chores Your Child Should Be Doing This Year Based on Their Age

These Are the Chores Your Child Should Be Doing This Year Based on Their Age

Common Parenting Rules that Should be Broken Pin for Later: These Are the Chores Your Child Should Be Doing This Year Based on Their Age

“Not Sharing” Isn’t as Scary as you Think it Is- avoiding the “forced sharing” that so many of us are accustomed to might be an even more effective way to plant seeds of generosity and kindness in children.

It's OK Not to Share and Other Renegade Rules for Raising Competent and Compassionate Kids: Heather Shumaker -best book ever when it comes to kiddos aged

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How important is it that our kids like us?

Kids are porous little sponges, and if you're a parent, you know that they are constantly watching your every move and soaking up every good and bad word you say. Sometimes it’s difficult to have your actions back up your words. Take time today to make a change in the right direction. Continue reading as eBay shares five things you should always do in front of your kids.

The 5 Things Parents Should Do In Front of Their Kids

Kids are porous little sponges, and if you're a parent, you know that they are constantly watching your every move and soaking up every good and bad word you say - 5 things you should always do in front of your kids

I don't have a three-step plan, but we care deeply about creating a safe family. Our kids aren't babies anymore, but we are still in the thick of it. We don’t know how it will all turn out. But here are ten things we are doing to build relationships with our kids and create a home they'll want to visit someday.

building a home your kids want to come home to

I don't have a three-step plan, but we care deeply about creating a safe family. Our kids aren't babies anymore, but we are still in the thick of it. We don’t know how it will all turn out. But here are ten things we are doing to build relationships with

As parents, we lie all the time. About the Easter Bunny or Santa or the Tooth Fairy, about how long 10 minutes is, about whether or not we remembered they wanted to have grilled cheese for dinner again... We lie a lot. But one thing I never lie about is sex.

This Is What Sex-Positive Parenting Really Looks Like

Don't touch your vulva at the table. An excellent (and humorous) guide on how to be a sex positive parent.

This is the best tool I've been given so far to help my child understand anxiety.  Understand Your Childs Anxiety (Infographic) | Renee Jain

Understand Your Child's Anxiety (Infographic)

This is the best tool I've been given so far to help my child understand anxiety. Understand Your Childs Anxiety (Infographic)

5 Super Simple Habits that Will Transform Your Parenting (Plus a Free Printable) — the Better Mom

Apr 16 5 Super Simple Habits that Will Transform Your Parenting (Plus a Free Printable)

5 Super Simple Habits that Will Transform Your Parenting (Plus a Free Printable) — the Better Mom. this doesn't need to be 5 days but seem like great perspectives

Children are our gife from God!

So often we forget that children are human and have bad days too. We need to stop holding them to a higher standard of perfection that we attain ourselves.

Middle Childhood (7-11 yrs)-Cognitive / Socio-emotional: Between the ages of 5 and 8, children will tell more lies to test what they can get away with, especially lies related to school and friends. Maintaining the lies may still be difficult. Ages 9 to 12 most children this age are well on their way to establishing a hardworking, trustworthy, and conscientious identity. But they are getting better at maintaining lies, but they may feel guilty after lying.

Age-by-Age Guide to Lying

Seven Steps to Encourage Honesty in our Kids and Put an End to Lying. Lying children can be very frustrating for parents. Learn why kids lie and how you can bring lying to an en with these seven Steps to Encourage Honesty.

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