No one wants a spoiled child, but we all want our kids to know they are loved. Luckily giving kids what they need most doesn't have to cost a penny! Don't miss these five important ways to lavish love on your children without creating a sense of entitlement.
5 Ways to Lavish Love on Your Kids - Living Well Spending Less®
20 Parenting Tips Every Parent Needs to Know - Dirt and Boogers
This is really cool!
31 Days of Prayer for Your Children :: Starts TOMORROW!
Mamas Like Me chimes in with a few things that you can do to get your older children ready for their new sibling. One idea is to make a Big Sibling Gift...like our 'The Super Incredible Big Brother/Sister book!' OR try adding a personalized placemat or coloring book to a big sister/brother kit. Great ideas! Thanks, Mamas Like Me!
Mamas Like Me: Getting Kids Ready for a New Sibling
Stop acronym to calm your parenting anger. More details in the post when you click through.
Evolution of a Mama Tantrum – and How to STOP One
Four Ways to Teach Young Children More Independence - Family Focus Blog
10 Things to Think About Before Your Child Starts Kindergarten (That Have Nothing to Do With Academics) - Harvard Homemaker
Oh how I love this list! Easy ideas for parents and kids
Examples and stories of Kids Doing Community Service; great ideas for service learning projects for families, schools, scouts.
Blair Turner is offering this amazing free pack ~ How to Give a Good Compliment. Includes a list of positive character traits to look for in others and great ideas for writing. Awesome!
11 Ways To Raise A Grateful Child by Ellie of Musing Momma
Philanthropy is about finding fun initiatives that will allow you to give back to others. Make sure you're doing your part to create a better world :) We're working on a way to gamify the office experience ( Philanthropy being one of our 5 initiatives) to create a better company culture for offices of all sizes, learn more at www.officevibe.com
Bunyan quote - generosity / philanthropy... End of year giving. Brighten someone's Christmas.
Teaching Children To Think Of Others: A Simple Random Act of Kindness. An idea would be to have a "giving fund" in which your kids help decide how to give away money - whether it is by buying a toy or donating to an organization.
Want to help but don't have a lot of cash? Click through to find our 7 favorite ways to help! Repin to encourage others to give to their shelters.
Ideas on how to give back. #charity (there are several unique ways to help others listed)
Small Hands Creating Hope: A Fundraiser for the American Cancer Society
Small Hands Creating Hope - a great way to support the American Cancer Society during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The free eBook you get with a fifteen dollar donation would be a great holiday gift and way to give to others and support an important cause.
Great Ways to Give to Others for Easter. A post I shared over at @Jennifer Banna How do you serve others with your kids at Easter time?