Ernesteen Gilchrist

Ernesteen Gilchrist

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The Best Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies - Soft, chewy, loaded with chocolate, and they turn out perfectly every time! Totally irresistible!!

The Best Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies - Soft, chewy, loaded with chocolate, and they turn out perfectly every time! Totally irresistible and your holiday guests will love them!

This classic banana bread recipe is topped with a sweet crumb topping making it a cross between a quick bread and coffee cake!

This classic banana bread recipe is topped with a sweet crumb topping making it a cross between a quick bread and coffee cake! Coffee Cake Banana Bread is sure to be a new favorite!

6 Tips for Raising Kind Children -- If we all truly want a more kind society, it must start with parents at home. This post gives families some tools to use. |  via Awesomely Awake

Awesomely Awake: 6 Tips for Raising Kind Children -- If we all truly want a more kind society, it must start with parents at home. How are you modeling kindness at home?

godly character

"The key to effectively teaching godliness to our children to consistently demonstrate it in our own words and actions.

need to print on card stock small version, laminate, hand to student when behavior begins to lose control

If there is a behavioral issue, have the student sit in the "counseling corner" and answer the questions on this poster. You can continue the discussion about the event after the reflection.

Bored? You can make giant, stretchy, REUSABLE bubbles that had our entire family giggling for hours!

Bubbles, Slime , and Gak - Bored? You can make giant, stretchy, REUSABLE bubbles that had our entire family giggling for hours!

Helping kids calm down

Help kids calm down . simple parenting tips to help kids calm down when they get mad. These have really helped us with tantrums. These sounds so fun!

Dealing with Sibling Fighting and Rudeness {from a Christian perspective}

We need this as an FHE lesson ASAP! A practical article on dealing with non-stop sibling rudeness. {From a Christian perspective}