for the home...how to raise a happy child... absolutely awesome pic showing what type of child you have and how to meet there needs by the way they express themselves.. soo helpful as another perspective on things
I know I'll have to say "no," but I think it's good to use positive language when possible. I think it gives more weight when you really have to say "no." Plus it's a bummer for kids to hear "no" all the time.
This women is genius! A list of daily morning activities/tasks for the kids during summer break to keep their bodies and brains active and their house clean. kids get paid for doing the things on the list and at the end of the month those with enough money get to go somewhere fun with the money!