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    Great ideas for natural (and unnatural) consequences for just about anything and any age

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    #26 is funny. These are actually really clever.

    10 things not to say to your kids. like some of them

    Are parents of this generation becoming more selfish and narcissistic? Will the complaining and name-calling of children ever stop? Will parents ever find enough "me-time?" Will moms ever own up to our responsibilities? You decide and let us know!

    I really liked this list (a reminder that kids can do more)

    A great way to document all the milestones of a child's 1st year of life.

    Excellent article - especially if you have a tween or teen.... the 100 dollar allowance! It's definitely an interesting idea.

    Nothing makes correcting a child more frustrating than to have him constantly “back talk” or offer a response or defense to everything you say. It’s doubly upsetting if those retorts are disrespectful! #parenting #wise #advice

    How to Potty Train in One Day, pinner says: this mom has some great ideas about potty training! I'll be thankful I pinned this someday.

    10 Ways to Stop Yelling. When your child is driving you crazy it can feel as if he's always misbehaving. Instead of losing your cool, check out 10 ways to stay calm while still making your point and setting necessary boundaries.

    25 Rules for Moms With Sons — The Good Men Project. A MUST READ!! Made me cry a little :))

    10 ways to not raise a brat... very interesting but good practicals.

    Do you need to get this for your kids?

    Calm Down Jar - A creative approach to time-out. Child first shakes the jar to get their frustrations out, then they're asked to wait until the glitter has all settled on the bottom. That's when time-out is over. I think I need one of these...

    5 things not to say to my child...

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    This is something that I should read once a week because it is just too easy to put the things that are really meaningful to my little oneS on the back burner. My addition to the list: put a towel in the dryer when your child gets in the shower. Give it to them when they get out! My kids LOVE a warm towel!