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    Rules for Living with a Teenage Daughter + free printable at TidyMom.net

    And some of these I do, daily. Love My Baby Girl!

    What does a boy need to hear from his sister? Your daughter might not realize what a powerful voice she can have in her brother's life - for years to come. 6 Things Every Brother Needs to Hear From His Sister

    Parenting a Teen Girl: A Crash Course on Conflict, Communication and Connection with Your Teenage Daughter

    Parenting Grace - Free Printable! - TriciaGoyer.com

    Feeling unsure about how to handle cell phones, tablets, video games, or computer use in your family? This FREE PRINTABLE for the Family Rules of Technology could be a help! You MUST talk to your kids about using all the technology available properly! Taking Control of Technology Before Technology Takes Over Your Family

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    The Interrupt Rule - A simple tool to teach your children how to respectfully interrupt their elders. 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.

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    Advice for my Teen Daughter

    "Will someone please tell me I am okay?" ~ Christy Polek Polek Polek Fitzwater To My Daughter on Managing Self-Esteem

    Raising a girl: 100 things I want to teach my daughter. This is so wonderful. Even as a woman, hearing these things did wonderful things for me. Every girl needs to read this.

    Free Mother Poems From Daughter | mom-daughter-poem.jpg

    Dads and Daughters

    This mom's letter to daughter about sex is something all moms and teens should read. A great way to start the conversation when you talk to kids about sex.

    20 Mom-Daughter dates for older daughters

    6 Rules for Living with a Teenage Daughter + free printable at TidyMom.net

    Teaching Your Daughter How to Handle Girl Drama - everything you need to know to survive the girl drama! www.courtneydefeo...

    "I sometimes want to be God in my kids’ lives. I want to write their stories. I want to set the courses of their future. I want to determine what’s best for them. I want to prevent them from ever being hurt. I want to be their provider and protector. And I want to be the one to set anyone straight who messes with my kids. Can you relate on any level? I think most moms can. But I'm learning to say, "Hello, my name is Mom. Not God." ~ Lysa TerKeurst

    FREE printable! 24 Ways to Prepare Your Young Lady to Become a Lovely Woman

    Poster 100 Ways to Be Kind to Your Child