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teach your kids to clean (without whining, begging or nagging involved)

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Don't raise your kids to have more than you had. Raise them to be more than you were.Joy of Mom -

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Allah to Z: An Islamic Alphabet Book

"Allah to Z: An Islamic Alphabet Book"

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Have your children read these books yet? Compiled by Isra Hashmi of Simple Muslim Family.

10 Must Have Books for Muslim Children

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Have kids? Nieces or nephews? Grand kids? If so, take a look because they're going to LOVE this. ModernMuslimHome.com

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Eid Money Balloons | Modern Muslim Home

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Free printable good deed cards for home and the classroom to do during the month of November with kids!

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Bed Rested Teacher

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from Childhood101

Kids & Advertising: How to help children process what they see

Kids & Advertising: How to help children process what they see. Strategies for teaching children to be discerning consumers of advertising.

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from Childhood101

Let Go and Let Them Learn

Lego building event at the Scottsdale Library! Have you been? #scottsdale #scottsdalekids #scottsdalelibrary #scottsdalemom #scottsdalelife #mommyfun

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One of us will surely need this!

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One of us will surely need this!

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“Orange Rhino” Alternatives to Yelling | The Orange Rhino Challenge

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from Because my life is fascinating

20 {off the hook!} Mommy Son Dates

Mommy-son dates

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Twenty Mom and Son dates

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Another pinner said, "One of the most important books I've ever read! A lot of parents are afraid of these kinds of conversations. You should be more afraid of not having them.”

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If only more people took time to do this for their children!!! "What I love is that each morning, Charlotte and Amelia rush to their envelopes to see what we've written. The notes are sometimes a simple observation of a charitable act or a quick drawing to make them laugh. I love that Charles and I force ourselves to take a minute each evening to think about why we love our children. It's my version of Oprah's gratitude journal.

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This site has wonderful tips on how to better yourself, one step at a time, how to make more time with your kids, have more fun, better time management, and good morals too. Great for you moms that feel like the cleaning and cooking and everyday day life seems to be taking over. This is a very good read filled with great ideas, I strongly encourage moms to read up on this.

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{25 Ways to Stay Calm as a Parent}-- these really are good.

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because I'm in love with you - dallasclayton.com awwww

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restitution... Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring.

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from The Kid Counselor™

10 Things Not to Say to Your Kids

10 things not to say to your kids. this is really good! Love the replacements for "good job."

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Remember this when the day is tough. You'll never get THIS day back, and tomorrow they'll be one day older.

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from iMom

10 Compliments Your Kids Need to Hear

10 Compliments Kids Need to Hear: ways to compliment them beyond their appearance, etc.-- people who run down their children make me sick.

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When you tell a child "no", "stop that", "don't do that" all day, they start tuning you out. Try these instead. Love this article. I need to read every day, several times a day.

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Good advice for 2nd (or more) time Moms to Be :-) I like the tip to choose words carefully so it doesn't always become about the baby, or the baby's fault when mom can't help older sibling.

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great info on types of kids. good reminders.

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