Through the Eyes of a Child
Through the Eyes of a Child
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Build your little girl up with these 10 self esteem boosters.
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Need to really keep this in mind because I am definitely guilty of a few
Also has a link for fun mother daughter dates
May come in handy someday
Build your little girl up with these 10 self esteem boosters. Lots of these apply to boys too.
adoption poems from parents to adopted child | an adoption poem for the adoptive parents and parents to be i didn t ...
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An Adoption Poem. #adoptachild #nationaladoptionmonth #adopt #family
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An Adoption Poem: The Gift of Life | Lifetime Christian Adoption - Helping Christian Families and Mothers with Adoption
walk with me, daddy
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Quote- Walk With Me, Daddy" poem keepsake. Definitely making next Father's Day
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Fathers Day footprint poem
"Walk With Me, Daddy" poem keepsake...got the 1 in a frame for Chris on year with pics f him n the kids. Great Fathers Day gift idea
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I love this so much, I want to frame it and put it next to my youngest little girls bed XXX Sugarboo Designs - Products - Art Prints
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Letter for Sophie Art Print | oh baby! "Beautiful darling, you are the sweetest gift and I adore you. You are a bright young thing and the whole world is in front of you. Take things as they come and you will weather well."
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This little girl has Progeria. It’s a disease that makes you look older than you are. She’s about 4 years old. I think she is so adorable and beautiful. reblog if you think this little girl is beautiful!
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cancer patients , they always seem so happy . she's so purttyyyyy ! <3
Cancer can destroy beautiful things!
Love My Kids, Baby
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Love my kids
ADHD takes a toll well into adulthood
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This little girls hair
long hair kiddie.
Sun kissed baby
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8 inspirational autism quotes from And Next Comes L
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There needs to be a lot more emphasis on what a child can do instead of what he cannot do- temple grandin quotes
8 Inspirational Autism Quotes
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When you enter this classroom... teacher school gift end of the year christmas teacher appreciation thank you classroom sign. $18.00, via Etsy.
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Cute teacher gift
Gorgeous classroom sign! Want this sign for the classroom door
When you enter this teacher school gift end of the year christmas teacher appreciation thank you classroom sign. $18.00, via #Classroom Decor Ideas| http://classroomdecorideas524.blogspot.com
Great classroom idea
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Personalized 5x7 Glossy Print Her Little Hands Matted to 8x10 Realtree Theme AP Pink Camo Baby Girl Shower Nursery Newborn Infant Gift Decor by BluffViewDesign on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/179889763/personalized-5x7-glossy-print-her-little
Best quote about teaching I have heard in a while. Got on Amanda nickersons blog "one extra degree"
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Words of wisdom
Mother Quote I love my kids. They are my life. My reason for living. They are my everything
Love my boys!
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Raising Boys (A Dad's advice to Moms). I thought this was great advice...especially hugging boys often!
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Raising Boys (A Dad’s Advice for Moms) - #parenting #advice #humor
Raising Boys (A Dad’s Advice for Moms) - great little article for us Mom's who are trying to figure out this boy stuff!
Raising Boys (A Dad’s Advice for Moms) - a hilarious & helpful article. Ladies, here are some things to think about with your boys: Think caveman. Adult women have thousands of emotional states, as do girls like my daughter. Boys, on the other hand, tend to feel one of three: mad, sad, happy. Don’t project your complex emotional life on your son. His issue of the moment might not be that complicated. He wants to eat, poop, or run. On a really bad day he wants his toy back after some other kid took it from him. He doesn’t want to stare out the window and have lengthy discussions about the meaning of life, as my eight-year-old daughter often did. Watch his body not his mouth. Again, like adult men, the clues to how your son is doing will show up first in his body language. Jumping up and down with six-inch vertical leaps is the natural state of being and is good. Slumped shoulders are bad. Yelling is good. Quiet needs attention. When in doubt, hug. Boys will often have a much harder time than girls verbalizing their problems. My 5-year-old son will sometimes burst out into tears after seemingly trivial events. I know there is something deeper going on, but I am not going to get it out of him, at least not at that moment (whereas my daughter would not only tell me what went wrong but in no uncertain terms why it was my fault, which was generally true enough). So the solution is physical not verbal. I spend a lot of time just hugging my boys. I usually have no idea why. But as a default cure-all, it seems to work wonders. A minute later they are all patched up and ready to rumble again. This even works pretty well with my 14-year-old, who is a 6-foot-tall linebacker at Boston College High School. Yes, it really is all about poop. Girls potty train 6 to 9 months before boys, but once boys make it onto the throne, there is no stopping them. Moving their bowels is pretty much the highlight of their day (true confession: it still is for me, too), and they are going to want to talk about it. Bathroom time is a participatory sport. My five-year-old likes to head to the bathroom just as the family is sitting down to dinner, sometimesduring dinner. It’s the first time he has been still long enough to realize he has to go. And he wants me to come with him, not just to assist in the wipe but to have a leisurely conversation about the status of his poop. As much as I found this inconvenient at first, now I just go with it. Quality time is quality time. Batman lives forever. Boys, even at a young age, realize the importance of super powers. They want to be good and believe in the existence of ultimate good in the world. Boys sort out their identities in relation to the mythical characters they hear about. My son is obsessed with Batman. He wears a full costume, even through the airport and down Madison Avenue. What amazes me even more than his dedication to the superhero is how the guard at LaGuardia or the guy hanging off the back of a garbage truck sees him and shouts, “Batman!” My boy nods his head just slightly, acknowledging his public before moving onto the important work at hand, like going to kindergarten. Pointless physical activity is perfect. My brother and I once convinced his two sons and my older boy, when they were all around the age of 10, that they really needed to build a structure out of rocks. The rocks were on one side of a beach, but the perfect spot where the structure had to be built, according to our sage advice, was on the other side of the beach. Each stone weighed between ten and thirty pounds. The boys started moving the boulders one by one, working together to lift the heaviest ones. My brother and I set up our beach chairs midway from the rock pile to building site. We read the paper most of the morning while the boys tired themselves out moving rocks and then assembling a tremendous cathedral. By lunch they were tired and happy, and my brother and I had enjoyed a peaceful morning. Winning does matter, but less than you think. Boys — perhaps even more than girls — put themselves under extreme pressure to perform in school, in sports, and in social situations. They talk about it less, so the sting of failure can run even more deeply than with girls. With boys it’s important to emphasize the lessons to be gained from failure, instead of trying to win at all costs, and to emphasize the development of the whole boy. Too often in our culture, boys are pushed to become one-dimensional robots. Goodness isn’t about winning at youth soccer or having the most friends or being the smartest kid in class; it’s also about being kind. That’s something as a mom that you can particularly help your son understand. Clothes matter. I know there are way more options for dressing little girls than little boys, so the tendency might be to just throw jeans and a t-shirt on your son and forget about it. But you better make sure they are the right jeans and the right t-shirt. The only consistent battle I have had with my sons is over what they wear. It matters way more to them than I ever would have imagined. They want to look cool; they want to be comfortable (pants that are tight but not too tight, warm and yet breathable). I do draw the line with clothes that have already been worn two days in a row, but I don’t discount the importance of fashion to my kindergartener. Crowds, not so much. I have noticed that my daughter lights up when she enters a crowd, whether family or strangers. Mass humanity is something that gives her energy. With my boys, and, frankly, for me too, it’s the opposite. They get shy and tend to hide behind my legs. I try to protect them from these situations and not push them beyond their limitations. Bedtime is sacred. Because boys are so active, it’s hard to get them to sit still. The best time of day is the ten minutes before they go to sleep. Crawl into bed with them, read books, and hold them while they fall off to sleep. If you don’t believe in God, you will once you have lain next to your overactive son while his body goes limp next to you, and he ever so faintly begins to snore.
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Some parents should remember this when it comes to teaching their kids. #Amen
It does have a bit of truth. My kids are now beautiful adults and so amazing than I could have ever hoped for. As parents you can only keep trying.
One of the greatest gifts parents can give to their children is a strong, healthy, united, and loving marriage. As the marriage goes, so goes the family. As husband and wife, father and mother, be heroes and positive role models for your children. Don't forget—Actions speak louder than words... and you are always teaching your kids. Lead by example, being a model in word and deed. Both parents set the tone and pace for their children’s success. So true
this would still be really cute...even if you didn't have 4 boys before your girl!
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That is my dream family. The 4 boys and a little girl!!! <3
Four older brothers and a baby sister!! I've always said I wanted 5 kids and four of them to be older brothers!!!
Four older brothers and a baby sister!! Awww our family is just the opposite....four big sisters and one little brother! ;-)
4 big brothers and a baby sister! I loved having a big brother and want lots of boys before I have a daughter.
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Little Mexico princess!
Niña con traje tipico de Chiapas
Beautiful little girl in beautiful Mexican dress.
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Tire swings - a 'must have' for country summer fun!
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Oh to be a kid again in the country.
~ A Country Life ~
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my misty morning
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A Boy & his bestfriend.
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bath time too
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boy in bathtub spraying dog - man's best friend
Yep! A kid's best friend | Animals Zone
41 Cute Dog Pictures to Inspire You
When I Need a Miracle - Son - Subway Sign - Hand Painted and Distressed - 11"x24"
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Love my son daughter
When I Need a Miracle - Son quote
My miracle baby boy xx
When I Need a Miracle - Son - Subway Sign - Hand Painted and Distressed - 11"x24"-- I don't have kids but this is priceless
I HAVE 2 MIRACLES! ; ) Love my Boys Sawyer & Ty
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So true! When I Need a Miracle Son Subway Sign by ExpressionsWallArt, $49.00
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made // I SO badly want this shirt for myself and for Sofie...Ah!!!
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This will so be my baby girl!
Oh my goodness!!!! I want this shirt for my girl!!!! This The Talking Shirt White & Black 'fearfully and wonderfully' Raglan - Toddler & Kids by The Talking Shirt is perfect! #zulilyfinds
Look at this The Talking Shirt White & Black 'fearfully and wonderfully' Raglan - Toddler & Kids on #zulily today!
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made Raglan | The Talking Shirt
With a butterfly kiss, and a ladybug hug... Sleep tight little one, like a bug in a rug. Quote for page