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Being a good parent can start with changing a few habits. Don’t believe me? Take the test. Try one of these simple habits every day throughout the next five days, and watch how it transforms your family and your home! I challenge you!

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5 Super Simple Habits that Will Transform Your Parenting

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Stuffed Animal Storage Idea. Simple bean bag cover (Bed Bath Beyond) and fill with stuffed animals. Why didn't I think of this along time ago BRILIANT!!

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How To Teach A 6-Year-Old To Tie Shoes In 5 Minutes This is amazing, wish I'd know this before. This is crazy. I just tried it. I've been sitting here tying my shoe over and over in disbelief.EVERYONE NEEDS THIS!!!-ArtSmudge ;) love

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How to get kids to listen without YELLING! FREE live Webinars. Learn skills you can use that same day!

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Parenting different types of children. Some good tips here.

Parenting different types of children. Some good tips here.

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The Day I Realized I Was Bullying My Kids

The Day I Realized I was Bullying My Kids. This is such an important thing to read about and change if we need to! I really need to remember this, though my temper does sometimes get the best of me :(

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The Day I Realized I Was Bullying My Kids

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Phonics SECRETS™

Stories to help kids understand sounds...these are SO cute!

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from Parents

Yoga for Better Behavior

8 itty bitty yoga poses to help your kids calm from tantrums, to burn energy and sleep better...Sophie would love this.

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Parents: Parenting News & Advice for Moms and Dads

The Very Best Parenting Tips From Child Psychologists. Best list I've ever read!!

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31 quarters in the jar at the beginning of the month, every day that they do not do their chores, they lose a quarter. Whatever is left at the end of the month they exchange for cash and the quarter jar is refilled. Not to do "allowance" for chores, but rather teach chores/responsibilities as how they contribute to family. Interesting perspective.

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