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stunning setup for over the couch. Love this!! Looks like yours!@Traciecravens
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Picture layout, this is how i want to do my living room. I even have that exact word sign.
Nice use of long wall space- do this in the living room!
Love the photo arrangement, living room
Love this layout for above the couch!! - Family picture in the middle - one of each of the kids and one of mommy & daddy in the 4th . . . - maybe for the family room???
Family room photo wall
Living room decorating idea
Great photo layout for living room or bedroom.
- Little Miss Momma
David A Bednar Quotes, Sons Of God, Jesus Christ, Lds Quotes, David Bednar, Lds Atonement Quotes, Inspirational God Quotes, God Perfect, Elder Bednar Quotes
You and I in a moment of weakness may cry out 'No one understands. No one knows.' No human being perhaps knows. But the Son of God perfectly knows and understands, for He felt and bore the burdens before we ever did. David A. Bednar, Apostle, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
the son of god knows perfectly & understands. David A. Bednar quote.
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Elder David Bednar
Some encouraging words (We & Serendipity.)
Raising Our Sons to Seek After God. How can a mom encourage her boys to pursue Him?
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how a mom can encourage her son to pursue god.
raising godly boys
My prayer....to raise a Godly man not by the world's standards but by God's!
Raising Our Sons to Seek After God. How can a mom encourage her boys to pursue Him? Man this is sooo.good I loved the part where she says invite him to share God's time with dad what an amazing thing to see father and son going to OUR FATHER man that gets me excited- sg
Raising Our Sons to Seek After God - Club 31 Women
Christian Parenting Cheat Sheets
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Christian Parenting Cheat Sheets, might come in handy someday, even babysitting
Christian Parenting Cheat Sheets I want!!!
Christian Parenting Cheat Sheets Also would be good for Bible Class Teachers
Christian Parenting Cheat Sheets
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and her son Prince George. Great photos in this article...click through to see them all.
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Kate Middleton and Prince William Debut Royal Baby Boy in London on July 23, 2013
Princess kate and Prince George
Kate Middleton and Royal baby George - blissfully happy and glowing!
The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George.
Britain's Royal Baby Arrives!! Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, holds her newborn son outside St. Mary's Hospital in London, July 23, 2013. The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth on July 22 to a boy at weighing 8 lbs., 6 oz., with Prince William at her side.
14 tips for Helping Children develop Emotional Intelligence
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14 tips for Helping Children Strengthen Emotional Intelligence. Some excellent strategies to help kids deal with emotions in a positive way.
14 tips for Helping Children Strengthen Emotional Intelligence (article). 1. Accept our children’s emotions and emotional responses. 2. Help them label their emotions. 3. Encourage children to talk about their feelings. 4. Help them to recognise cues as to how other people may be feeling. 5. Help children be aware when their tension is building and what creates stress for them. 6. Teach them how to calm themselves. 7. Teach them alternative ways of expressing their frustrations..... Read it!
14 tips for Helping Children Strengthen Emotional Intelligence Which is Important for Both Sexes and For Kids From All Cultures
Emotional Intelligence in Children So what can we do to help our children develop emotional intelligence? 1. Accept our children’s emotions and emotional responses ‘That must have been really frustrating’ ‘Wow, you are showing me how angry you feel’ ‘That’s great, I can tell how excited you are’ ‘it can be tough when friends let you down like that.’ ‘You look pretty upset. Something must have happened,’ 2. Help them label their emotions. ‘You sound upset’, ‘you look really down’, ‘I’m guessing you’re feeling really sad about that’ ‘You’re looking a bit worried’. I imagine you must be feeling….’ ‘That must have hurt’ 3. Encourage children to talk about their feelings ‘Hey, you sound really fed up about that. Do you want to talk about it? ‘How did that make you feel? 4. Help them to recognise cues as to how other people may be feeling ‘How do you think that made him feel?’ ‘What do you think was going on for her?’ ‘How would you feel if that happened to you?’ 5. Help children be aware when their tension is building and what creates stress for them. ‘Are you finding this stressful?’ ‘There seems to be a lot going on for you at the moment –are you feeling tense?’ ‘I can see from the way you are clenching your jaw that you are feeling angry’ 6. Teach them how to calm themselves down. ‘Do you think a bit of time to calm down would help?’ ‘Would it help if you took some deep breaths?’ “When that happens again could you say to yourself: ‘I can stay calm’ ‘Everyone makes mistakes’ or ‘It was an accident’” ‘Shall we sit down later when you’ve had a chance to cool off and have a chat about it? 7. Teach children alternative ways of expressing their frustrations ‘How could you explain how you feel using your words rather than hitting?’ ‘Can you think of a different way to let him know how angry you are?’ ‘I don’t like feeling blamed. If you want something you will need to tell me in another way’. ‘Could tell your friend how that made you feel?’ ‘What do you think you will do next time you feel like that?’ 8. Teach them how to problem solve ‘Shall we write down a whole list of things that could help, and then you could choose which you want to try first’ ‘What do you think would happen if you did that?’ ‘How do you think he’d respond to that?’ 9. Teach children positive self-talk “When you are feeling like that what could you say? : ‘I can handle this’ ‘I can do it’ ‘I just need to do my best’ ‘every day I am getting better and better’ ‘I deserve to be happy’ ‘I love a challenge’ ‘This is going to need my best effort’” 10. Recognise what motivates them to perform at their best ‘What do you think you could say at the start of the day that would help you feel more positive?’ ‘I’ve noticed that when things get difficult you just keep trying’ ‘I can see that once you have a goal, you don’t give up until you’ve reached it’ ‘You said you would do it….and you did’ ‘I like the way you have planned everything you need to revise for your exam’ 11. Teach children to listen and talk in ways that enables them to resolve conflicts and negotiate win-win solutions ‘How can we sort this out so that we are both happy?’ ‘What do you think she wants?’ ‘What would be a good solution so you can both get what you need?’ ‘How could you explain that in a way she could hear?’ ‘I like it when you use ‘I messages’ rather than blaming me’ 12. Comment when our children show self-control ‘You handled yourself really well just now’ ‘I like the way you stayed calm when he was raising his voice -That showed a lot of self-control’ ‘I was impressed with the way you used your words and kept your hands to yourself!’ ‘you really stayed calm when you were doing that puzzle, even when you couldn’t find the right piece –you just kept on trying –that was impressive’ 13. Talk about our own feelings ‘I’m feeling really fed up about all the mess around the house’ ‘I feel so frustrated when I start to say something and you interrupt’ ‘I get really worried when you don’t come home from school at the normal time’ ‘I love it when I come home to a tidy kitchen.’ ‘I’m feeling a bit low…I think I’ll organise a night out with my friends’ 14. Model how to remain calm and in control when we are angry ‘I’ve had a rough day at work – can we talk about this later when I’ve had a chance to cool off?’ ‘I don’t like the way you’re talking, and I’m not prepared to sit here and listen to comments like that’. ‘Hey, there’s something I’d like to talk about, is now a good time to talk?’ ‘I can feel myself getting angry; maybe we’d better go home’
This I want to keep for future reference. Some great ideas for even earlier than young adult.
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This I want to keep for future reference.. Some great ideas. I love that this Mom treasures her adult children instead of resenting them.
How to Bless Your #Young Adult Children — #MomLife Today #high school age #teens #parenting tips
How to Bless Your Young Adult Children — Super far off but good ideas!
How to bless your young adult children. Another pinner said: This I want to keep for future reference.. Some great ideas. Stuff my mom did and still does for me!
Sometimes I fret at the thought of my children being too old to need me- These are GREAT examples of how to stay connected, show love and devotion at ANY age. How to Bless Your Young Adult Children — MomLife Today
Keep this for the future, even when they've grown they will always need a little helping hand. Great list. #Parenting #Kids
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Food planning, shopping, tips and tricks to saving money.
Pinner says: Money saver, great tips and tricks!
*Some great tips here ladies. Cut your grocery bill in half plus other money saving tips
Great tips and tricks to cut your grocery bill in half. doing some of this already but excited to try more. who doesn't like extra money? ~ From Blissful and Domestic
Cut your grocery bill in half. This blog has great tips on how to really save money. They live on $14,000/year! I don't think I will do everything, but it has some good ideas.
budget grocery shopping tips
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I like this color scheme for the living room ...Family room ideas w/ just fab
*color scheme ideas* Benjamin Moore paint colors I like the color combo.
Benjamin Moore paint colors - living room color scheme ideas. Gray/blue/white with dark wood furniture
Love this color palette. (Benjamin Moore paint colors) Basement Colors!!!!
Free Printable - Daily Housekeeping Schedule | Time-Warp Wife - Empowering Wives to Joyfully Serve
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Daily Housekeeping Schedule from Time-Warp wife. Detailed and easy to follow! Some good ideas
House Cleaning Schedule | Time-Warp Wife - Empowering Wives to Joyfully Serve. Good website for many ideas on cleaning and good Christian ideals.
ideas for a housekeeping schedule • via time warp wife
Will help me keep-up, just like a school assignment :) Here is a weekly cleaning schedule from this blog: Time-Warp Wife - Empowering Wives to Joyfully Serve - Awesome website!
House Cleaning Schedule - Time Warp Wife
this is awesome
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Praying Scripture for my baby
Praying Scripture for children. I love these.
31 scriptures to pray over your children. I LOVE this idea!
prayer for my children is a must!
Prayers for kids
Praying Scripture for our children - great idea and resource.
good tips for raising confident daughters