This post contains affiliate links. This month is all about Love! We are so excited to join the <em class=short_underline> All Things Kids </em> bloggers in the series for this month. We are each sharing activities based on the book <em class=short_underline> The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts </em> by Gary Chapman. Our post today explores ways for children to show and receive love in Acts of Service. Read more about this <em class=short_underline> Showi</em>...
Night journal; idea came from parenting class at church. Teaches open communication. Each girl has their own journal to write in each night on the front side of the page that they leave outside thier door. Then I write on the back side of the page each night.
Do you want to raise children that are kind, compassionate and have a passion for helping others? There are many simple ways we can cultivate these traits in our children and help them become people that give back to the world and make a difference in the lives of others. Raising Kids Who Serve Others. SunshineandHurricanes.com
Raising Kids Who Serve Others - Sunshine and Hurricanes
Responsibilities: 7 Reasons Kids Need Them (Plus a Few Examples)
Do you pick up after your kids, or do everything for them—from putting clothes in the hamper to organizing toys? It may be time to stop. Giving kids chores and responsibilities has many benefits, both for parents and kids. Here are 7 reasons your kids need responsibilities.