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20 Pillow Talk Questions for Your and Your Child

20 Pillow Talk Questions for you + your child

1) Kids need a minimum of 8 touches a day to feel connected to a parent. If they’re going through a challenging time, it’s a min. of 12 a day. Such as-fixing a collar, a pat on shoulder, a simple hug. 2) Each day children need one meaningful eye-to-eye conversation with a parent. 3) 9 minutes for greatest impact on a child: the first 3 minutes–right after they wake up the 3 minutes after they come home from school, and the last 3 minutes of the day, before they go to bed.

Parentsfrom Parents

10 Ways to Stop Yelling

Bc all i hear from one neighbor is yelling at her kids -- 10 ways to "mean business" without yelling. These are really wonderful and helps you understand how to speak in their language of what they can understand without saying No no no all the time and without raising your voice.: READ LATER!

The House of Hendrixfrom The House of Hendrix

The Interrupt Rule

The Interrupt Rule - How your child can show respect and honor to their elders through a simple rule. This rule allows the adult to wait for a natural break in their conversation before addressing the needs of a child. It completely changed the dynamic of our home. {the House of Hendrix}

Nerves Are Overrated: Celebrities Refuse to Ditch Their Skinny Jeans

25 manners every child should know by age 9...

B-Inspired Mamafrom B-Inspired Mama

17 Tips to Encourage Sibling Bonding

Do your kids get along? How do you promote sibling love and respect? MOMS give 17 great tips for promoting a positive sibling relationship between your kids at!

10 Things To Teach Your Kids Before Their First Date. This is such a good list, 10 things for both boys and girls. I especially loved the boy list. Wish more parents of boys would teach them these things.

The Happy Housewifefrom The Happy Housewife

Babysitter Information Box

Babysitter box- this is kind of genius. Anyone who babysits will have this waiting for them :)

Living Well Spending Less®from Living Well Spending Less®

Why I Took My Kids' Toys Away

Why I took all my kids' toys away {and why I won't give them back} - really interesting read.

Your Modern Familyfrom Your Modern Family

Mommy will you lay with me?

a story about how giving your child time now will impact how they give you time in the future. Wow. Seriously hit the spot.


Robot Check

I am going to have to put this on my Fridge! Speak quietly to be heard, You will be amazed at how much better they listen. True Story!! #charlottepediatricclinic