encourage your children printable

Encourage Your Children Printable

This infograhic lists 10 encouragement phrases to say to small children that benefit their social development. FREE Encourage your children printable- Be sure to click through to check out all the great ideas for ways to use this printable!

What do you do with a day that seems to go all wrong? Turn your day around with these quick tips to be a better mom in the small moments! Take 5 seconds to show your kids they are valued and loved in your home.

5 Second Fixes to be a Better Mom Today

Quick tips to be a better mom in the small moments! 5 seconds to show your kids they are valued and loved. Parenting tips, parenting advice.

Kids chore baskets - I love this idea!

Chore baskets - This is a great trick for kids. Write directions on the front of the basket and let them choose which task they want to do. or if multiple kids, they take a different basket every week and do ALL the chores listed.

Let the wounds of Christ bring true peace to your home.

Lord I need you more then ever in my home. Let the wounds of Christ bring true peace to your home.

Do you have a child that struggles when you say "go clean your room"? Is it a nightmare to just get a clean room? Use this step By Step Bedroom Cleaning Checklist Printable to help teach your child to clean a bedroom, The second article in our Teach Kids

Teach Kids to have a clean room, Bedroom Checklist Printable

A handy printable to make teaching kids to clean their rooms easier. Another useful parenting hack!

Potty training at 18 months. Another pinner said, "By far the best potty training guide-- only realistic results with no shaming or manipulation!"

Potty Training at 18 Months Part 2: How I Potty Trained My 18 Month Old

Potty training at 18 months. Another pinner said, "By far the best potty training guide-- only realistic results with no shaming or manipulation!" I need to get Ava potty trained before this new baby gets here

I have a daughter now, and one of my greatest fears is getting her through those tumultuous, insecure, awkward middle and high school years with her sense of confidence intact. I would love to protect her from every mean girl, every unkind word, and every sting of rejection possible. However, I recognize not only the impossibility of that, but also the lack of wisdom in doing so.

Helping Your Daughter Deal with Mean Girls

I have a daughter now, and one of my greatest fears is getting her through those tumultuous, insecure, awkward middle and high school years with her sense of confidence intact.

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