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Chore chart

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Quirky Discipline Rules That Work

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instead of arbitrarily giving kids an allowance. The kids can pick what they want to do and earn as much money as they choose -

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Road trip clips: One clip for each kid.... If they are sweet, clip stays up, if they are not, clip comes down. Everyone with a clip on the visor gets a treat at the next stop :-) love this idea!!!

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handipoints.com/ Kids earn points by doing chores, worksheets, & arts and crafts! Use the points to adopt a pet cat & play dress-up games!

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I will always adore this book, no matter how old I am.

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Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child. Good stuff.

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Bed time blog

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Rewarding kids with things they get to do instead of things they get to have. When they do something good, they pick from the jar and get things like to stay up a little later or play outside a little longer etc. Cute idea!-

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Memo to Mommy -- you have a lot of lessons to teach your little one, but he has a few words of wisdon for you too.

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Potty Training in one day...

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amazing tip for giving your kids eye drops without crying yourself!

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I like it! At least the first 2 I read sound good.

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19 things to remember to say to your children-a beautiful reminder of the kind of parent I strive to be.

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What NOT to say to Mother of multiples

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  • Sharon L.
    Sharon L.

    And don’t ever say to a MoM who has same sex kids that she needs to dress them differently so they can grow up to be “independent” individuals. First of all, clothing choices when you are little doesn’t have anything to do with how independent you are later in life. Seriously, how much do you remember before the age of 5? Secondly, you obviously have never dealt with toddlers similar in age who are having meltdowns because they are fighting over “identical” same things. Third, MoMs obviously have less time on her hands so who has the time to choose different outfit in the beginning of her days to make sure the outfits are different and how can you tell who had an accident in daycare if one came home with a different outfit on? Finally, do you go around tell parents who dress their kids the same to stop doing so because they are all different age? No? I didn’t think so… so stop doing it to Moms of Multiples.

What not to say to a working mom.

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Rules for Mothers of Daughters.

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Good reminders!

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List of tasks children can master, by age, to gradually gain independence. I guess Nolan needs to start "washing walls."

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7 Things you should be doing as your're reading to your child.

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Age appropriate Chore list

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Rules for Adults During Play Time

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Great idea

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chore board

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