Teach your sons:1. Always shake hands firmly when meeting an adult and look them in the eye when doing so.2. Never wear a hat indoors.3. Always allow a woman to enter a door before you do.4. Always hold the door for the person behind you. 5. Wait until everyone at the table has been served before eating.6. Put your napkin in your lap while you eat. Don't wait until the very end of the meal to use it, don't crumple it, and don't blow your nose in it.7. Always offer to give up your seat on a b...
Princess towel coverups. Super fun for beach or after pool. Amber, you should do this for Brie!
A Father gives his daughter this ring for her 16th birthday (when dating is officially allowed) to wear on her left ring finger--to remind her that she will always be HIS little Princess first-- and to remind her to only date boys who will treat her like a Queen--the way her Heavenly Father sees her!! LOVE THIS! 👑💍💞
Brilliant!!! I have to remember this as my kids get older. To teach manners at the table! Any time someone at the table does something bad (burp, reach across the table, get up from the table, etc.) They get the pig. Whoever is the last one with the pig has to clear the whole table.
Kids dressed as SHADOWS for Halloween - their mother bought black morph suits for them then layered black clothes over those. She says, This might be the easiest costume on earth. And from all of my costumes over the years, this one got the very best reaction.
Starting with age 5, have a family rule that your child makes their bed every day--and then don't fix their work. Let them struggle and feel proud of their efforts--you'll be surprised how quickly they get good at it! It will be a habit before long and your home will be neater, too! * This post has 100+ ideas to help you tame the chaos in your home (and your life)--this is just one tip! #organize #harvardhomemaker
Another pinner says....A must read for Mommies with little girls. "When the world wants girls to grow up too fast, how do you help your daughter navigate boy craziness, modesty, body image, media, and Internet safety? The foundation for an emotionally healthy teen girl is built between the ages of 8 and 12."
Primary Singing Time - a blog written by a primary children's chorister. She is really organized, has lots of fun activity ideas, and good advice for teaching children new songs while still reviewing old ones. I am impressed!