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Behavior Chart: Begin at "Good Job" every day. The clips are moved up and down based on certain requirements. If a child is on any green space at the end of the day they get 5 pom poms in their jar. When the jar is full the child gets their pre-chosen reward (treat, prize, night out with mom or dad, etc.). LOVE this! xoxo

Oh My Gluestick: Behavior Chart: Pretty AND Cheap!

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Rules for Living with a Teenage Daughter + free printable at TidyMom.net

6 Rules for Living with a Teenage Daughter | TidyMom

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Back to school activity: write a letter to teacher

Back to school activity: write a letter to teacher - Mama Smiles

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timi & leslie diaper bag - Kate Sand/Saddle

timi & leslie - Kate Sand/Saddle

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Raising a pure son in a sex-crazed world // It's just some scary shit to consider. :C

Raising a Pure Son In a Sex-Crazed World — We are THAT Family

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Screen door on nursery door to keep dogs out while baby plays or....always!

Musings » screen door

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I really liked this list.

Encouraging Words - Positive Parenting Solutions

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I would have never thought that something so simple as explaining the difference between a surprise and secret could keep your child safe. A very good read.

This list should include "keeping a hidden stash of chocolate"

Nature Bucket List for Unplugged Families - Abundant Mama

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How to fill balloons instead of pinatas for parties. Great idea so that each child can pop one balloon and get the goodies inside.

Easter Basket Filler Idea: Balloon Egg Piñata

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The Piddlepad waterproof seat will save your car/carseat during the potty training stage. | 31 Products Every Parent Of A Growing Child Will Want

31 Products Every Parent Of A Growing Child Will Want

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Brilliant mother has her children work their way out of being grounded.

Probably The Most Clever Mom Ever

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Give your preteen a "Safe Journal" - a place to feel comfortable asking you even the most embarrassing questions. What a great way to encourage open communication!