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    Six Ways to Keep the "Good" in Your Boy: Guiding Your Son from His Tweens to His Teens by Dannah Gresh. One of the most important books I've ever read! “A lot of parents are afraid of these kinds of conversations. You should be more afraid of not having them.”

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    Love this list :)

    I don't have a baby yet but theeeeese are pretty darn cute paired with dark jeans and a little white button down! (or...something...I obviously haven't given it a lot of thought) ❤❤

    What a boy needs from his mom - Best article I've read in a long time. Nails every point. If you have a boy, read this and do these things!

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    "If he disobeys, I want the consequence to be a bit of a hassle for me. It prevents me from punishing him without following through and teaching him. It requires me to be involved in the whole process so that we can work on the character issue that caused it. We are a team. I’m his “coach.” If he’s struggling in some area, then I need to walk with him through the consequence, practice right responses and work it out."