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Here are 25 things the Bible says about raising children, discipline, and parenting. The classic parenting verses are here, as well as a few unusual (not-often-quoted) portions that include direction and insight about how God sees children, parenting, and discipline. One of the things I considered as I read through these verses is that a lot of modern controversy centers on… Read more 25 Things The Bible Says About Parenting

Here are 25 things the Bible says about raising children, discipline, and parenting. The classic parenting verses are here, as well as a few unusual (not-often-quoted) portions that include direction and insight about how God sees children, parenting, and discipline. One of the things I considered as I read through these verses is that a lot of modern controversy centers on… Read more 25 Things The Bible Says About Parenting

Where the Wild Things Are - Quote on Canvas Art - Graduation / Going Away gift : Please Don't Go I'll Eat You Up I Love You So"

This list is a far from complete list of some of my favorites - they are warriors, scholars, mothers, daughters; they can be wildly in love and impressively practical; they are a little too perfect and incredibly flawed. Most of them have happy endings, some of them don't. In an nutshell - these are girls who act like girls should and must.

The 10 Most Powerful Things You Can Say to Your Kids

Parenting Quote: The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice. Remember the 10 most powerful things you can say to your child.

38 Perfect Books To Read Aloud With Kids

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How to Help an Angry Child Calm Down Anywhere + Free Printable

Tips for Calming the Angry Child: Why it's ok to be upset, and how we can help our kids learn to calm themselves anywhere!

This is an excellent idea - write a letter to your child every year on their birthday and give it to them when they go to college.