Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child. anticipating i will need this

Use your nighttime routine to foster open communication with your child. Talking about these things will helps your child go to bed happily and peacefully, and will warm your heart at the same time!

Birthday Interview FREE PRINTABLE. Would be cute to interview a child each year as they grow. Something to reflect on when they are all grown up.

Surviving a Strong-Willed Child

If you're looking for a set of skills, chores, or family contributions your child can do by age... this is the mega list!

Child Training Bible - a family resource for using Scripture to address behavior issues and other topics.

Are Your #Kids Fighting? Let's Just Say It's Not Uncommon. Here Are Some #Practical #Tips on How to Deal With #Sibling Rivalry as a #Parent, When Issues do Come Up. #Parenting #Parents #Moms #Dads

Love this

On Being an Only Child. Great point of view from a woman who is an "only child" :)

Parenting a strong willed child

Quirky Discipline Rules That Work~ This is a parenting article, but the basic premise can be applied to many classroom situations. One obvious crossover is Rule #3, "You get what you get, and you don't throw a fit." Great ideas to end negotiations and help children accept healthy boundaries.

They may seem surprising, even counterintuitive, but here are 10 things you might want to really think about before you say them to your kids.

How can you connect with your kids when you’re totally tapped out? Here are a few ideas to help.

The Danger of Yelling at Your Kids and Ways to Be a Calmer Mom. I'd also add, ways to repair the damage when you've lost your temper.

How to Structure Your Days to Really be the Parent you Want to Be

19 Things We Should Say to Our Children...absolutely LOVE this! sadly, number 6 is something most parents NEVER say....

100 Things I Want to Teach My Daughter- ALL girls should read this list no matter how old! A great list...

How best to handle a child with a temper ... hint, hint: it's not yelling back at them yet isn't that often the way many parents respond, simply out of frustration? Here are peaceful ways to cope and feel good about your parenting at the end of the day. What would you add here?

Although the words "hurry up" did little if nothing to increase my child's speed, I said them anyway. Maybe even more than the words, "I love you." The truth hurts, but the truth heals... and brings me closer to the parent I want to be.

Does your child have an unteachable spirit? Listen to these honest tips from a parent who cares and who at one time was unteachable herself! www.pintsizedtreasures.com

10 ways to enhance early child cognitive development