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Money Saving Mom®from Money Saving Mom®

5 Ways to Teach Your Children to Be Givers

As parents, we want to train our children to be lifelong givers. Not only will it impact many lives, but it will give them so much blessing and fulfillment in return! Here are five ways we’re seeking to teach our children to be givers...

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5 travel costs to avoid on your next road trip

Are you faced with constant fighting and bickering in the back seat of your car? Tips and trick on how to stop the backseat battle!

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Indeed.

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8 Ways to Teach Your son How to be a Gentleman

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self esteem for my babies

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KindredBondfrom KindredBond

Top 50 Open-Ended Questions for Sparking Conversation with Children and Older Kids

50 AWESOME open ended questions that will help you get to know your kids better. Really. Ex: What would you do if you were invisible for a day? How fun is that? I think these would work for any kind of ice breakers, or dates with your mate.

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10 things I learned when I stopped yelling at my kids.

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ChoreMonster is a rewards app that actually works because it feels more like a game than a chore.

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Encouraging Words - 27 phrases you can use instead of "good job"

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Moms Rules ;)

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14 tips for Helping Children Strengthen Emotional Intelligence. Easy stuff, but it can go a long way in terms of setting kids up to manage emotions as an adult.

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Murphy's Laws for Moms.

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The Lumineers

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GreatSchoolsfrom GreatSchools

Inside the first grader's brain

Your first grader's brain - The first grader's brain, and all the other grade levels and corresponding development. Really eye opening. These articles can be printed off to share with parents.

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A simple bedtime trick that will have you enjoying adult time and the kids enjoying a good night sleep!

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30 things my kids should know about me - I absolutely LOVE this idea. A MUST.

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I Am Your Parent

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Managing your kid’s meltdowns in public

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The Badges of Motherhood –

Motherhood Badges: The Survival Badge. Definitely going through this one. -_-;

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Relish

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extended family pictures

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The Atlanticfrom The Atlantic

All Work and No Play: Why Your Kids Are More Anxious, Depressed

All Work and No Play: Why Your Kids Are More Anxious, Depressed by Esther Entin, MD, theatlantic: Play gives children a chance to find and develop a connection to their own self-identified and self-guided interests. Through play they first learn to make decisions, solve problems, exert self control, and follow rules. Children learn to handle their emotions, including anger and fear. Play helps them make friends and learn to get along with each other. Play is a source of happiness! #Kids…

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Rachel Teodorofrom Rachel Teodoro

Teenage cell phone contract

Teenage cell phone contract. I wish more people would do this...and follow it themselves! For YEARS down the road :) when I give in! Keep for later!!! So important!

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Skinny Momfrom Skinny Mom

11 Mother-Daughter Dates

20 Mommy-Daughter Date Ideas

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