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    Henry is a big help around the house. He really is. When he’s in the mood. I’d like to implement a chore system in our house, but before doing so, I asked Sarah, founder of füdoo Boards, how to do it. As well as inquiring about why its important for kids to have some responsibilities. How can …
    November 7, 2011

    How to teach responsibility

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    SMART!!! Smart way to teach your kids to clean without reminding them or feeling the need to nag them. It is a simple way to teach them that lets them be responsible for themselves.

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    I've read about this - it's supposed to be insanely effective!

    When you tell a child "no", "stop that", "don't do that" all day, they start tuning you out. Try these instead. Love this article.

    Why Do Kids Whine? - Positive Parenting Solutions #goodstuff #helpful how do you work with your kids when they whine???

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    This is a VERY good list! Good reminders for teaching strong willed students too. Choices, choices, choices to avoid power struggles!

    these are sweet!

    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 one on the back burner.

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

    I must have one for my 2nd child

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    Over two generations in my family, this effective method has stopped whining in its tracks. Read now to learn how to stop your child’s whining!

    14 tips for Helping Children Strengthen Emotional Intelligence. Easy stuff, but it can go a long way in terms of setting kids up to manage emotions as an adult.

    20 Questions to ask your children when you're putting them to bed to help develop your relationship- these are sweet.

    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.

    I love you too much to let you behave like that... #Parenting OMG THIS IS THE PHRASE IN MY HOUSE WEEKLY HAHA.

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