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Do you ever get so fed up with your husband or kids that you feel like you might explode? While it is sometimes hard to admit, we moms really do set the tone for our whole family. If we are crabby they are too! Don't miss these 5 practical tips for resetting your mood when anger strikes!

Teaching Kids About Respect - Character Development Lessons

I love you too much to let you behave like that... #Parenting

10 ways to make cleaning fun for kids

10 Rhymes for Babies and Toddlers to get them learning language, counting, active and animal noises.

They're simple. You and I do them every day - - but this after school checklist will helpfully remind my kids what needs to be done when they walk in the door from a long day at the "office".

15 Chore Ideas for 4-Year-Olds -- Love these practical ideas for teaching your children to enjoy doing chores. Plus, some chore ideas you may not have thought of assigning to a young child. Great list!

How to deal with INTERRUPTING, Impolite Behaviour, Poor TABLE MANNERS, Swearing + MORE with your young child! {One Time Through} #parenting #kids #teachingkidsaboutcharacter

10 Activities to Help Young Children Develop a Positive Attitude

10 Ways to Help Children Get Along

I wish my parents had done this. It's beautiful. Will definitely be doing this when the time comes!

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How to teach responsibility to your kids.

Allowance. You do not get paid for chores because it's an expected part of being a family. Allowance is teaching children how to manage money. This mom started this with her kids (6 & 9 years old), the chore list doesn't get money but the commission chart does! There are different chores on each. AND she incorporates tithing and savings! Brilliant!.

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Pinner said: My kids beg to play this game! Mommy and Daddy always lose. Our kids have amazing manners now.

Stop Yelling Toolbox -

Some parenting tips.

Parenting an Angry Child