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10 Things I Want My Ten-Year-Old Daughter To Know

huffingtonpost.com

This is such an important thing to read about and change if we need to.

The Day I Realized I Was Bullying My Kids

creativewithkids.com

Good things to remember and ask and ask again. Every night until they're grown :)

7 Things to Ask Your Toddler at Bedtime | Stay At Home Susie

stayathomesusie.com

Make one for each child and then add hanging folders that say "Pre-K through 12th grade." Save things that come home during each school year (report cards, drawings, certificates, good grades, etc.).

GIRLS! Through a rapist’s eyes! A group of rapists and date rapists in prison were interviewed on what they look for in a potential victim and here are some interesting facts: A good thing to read and be aware! This brought up some points that I had never heard before and some things that I even do that I need to stop!

20 Questions to ask your children when you're putting them to bed to help develop your relationship * Great questions!

Decide how many more bites of dinner your child has to eat before being excused. Let your child roll so he’s the one in control. HMMM...

Emergency Contact information for rescue workers on both sides of every car seat. Child's name, phone number, etc. In the event of a wreck most children in car seats can't or won't be able to give this information to rescue workers.

10 Things Not to Say to a Child -- great advice on how to re-phrase common parenting statements to be more positive and productive

EVERY PARENT SHOULD KNOW THIS! infant first aid for choking and CPR: an illustrated guide

20 Mommy-Daughter Date Ideas

This is very educational and I'm glad I read it. It's a scary world, moms this is a must read! Educate your children on "tricky people" not strangers....Tell them to find a mom with kids if they are ever lost...SO SMART! Take a minute to read and think about how you will have these conversations with your children.