Tag: parenting
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Attachment Parenting Through a Divorce
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Alan's tips for parenting during a divorce are a terrific reminder that shared custody CAN be much less traumatic when done with joint effort and ...

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3 Reasons Our Kids Don’t Like Us
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Another great article by Jesse and Kara. I love all 3 and think they are pivotal for connecting with our children. By Jesse and Kara Birkey| Staff ...

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3 Questions to Ask Your Child Every Night
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I love asking my children questions. You never know what will come out of their sweet little mouths. As simple as Ellen's bedtime routine sounds, her questions ...

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Conversations With My 2 Year Old, Reenacted by a Full-grown Man- VIDEO
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Everyday toddler conversations take on a whole new level of crazy when you throw a grown-up in the mix. Watch this hilarious reenactment! Created by Matthew ...

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Handling Your Child’s Aggression
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Here are 4 key tips for understanding and best handling your child's big emotions. Having these insights fresh in your mind will help you keep your cool and ...

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The 5 Most Important Things Your Babysitter Wants You to Know
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Here are some great tips for all parents! We also congratulate Mykenzie on being our youngest contributing writer so far, at the ripe age of 16. By Mykenzie ...

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What Happened When I Sent My Son Trick-or-Treating in Pink Heels
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Grab the tissues! I always LOVE what Lowe has to share about parenting. Here is a powerful story of meeting a child where he or she is at and taking one ...

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In Defense of Grandparents
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Having been the neurotic mom who was constantly freaking out (and yes, I still have my moments once in a while), I can relate to bumping heads with my ...

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When Being A Mom Is Too Overwhelming
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I write to you in the middle of my meltdown.Not sleeping (I can thank my two little angels for this), being close to 30 weeks pregnant, and trying to balance 2 ...

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6 Parenting Moments I Now Miss That Totally Annoyed Me at the Time
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I'll be honest, I'm currently living out #1 with my girls and CANNOT wait to "miss it." By Alisa Schindler | Article Source  Every morning, so early ...