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Foster2Foreverfrom Foster2Forever

Using Do-Overs as Discipline

The do-over method of child discipline actually teaches children appropriate behavior by repetition of the right way. Pin now read later

Foster2Foreverfrom Foster2Forever

Time-In Discipline

If Time-Out isn't working to discipline your child -- try a TIME-IN! Great parenting tip!

Meraki Lanefrom Meraki Lane

30 best parenting tips every mom (and dad!) should read

I don't know about you, but I'm getting sick and tired of all of the horrible, unsolicited parenting advice everyone insists on giving me whenever I leave the house. So I decided to do something different and compiled a list of 30 fantastic parenting tips every mom (and dad!) should read. What would YOU add to this list?

What's up Fagans?from What's up Fagans?

The Parent's Guide to Teaching Moral Values: 138 Ways to Raise Great Kids

Awesome parenting tips!! A huge collection of posts that address teaching kids morals and values, broken down by topics. Perfect for character training.

Our Little House in the Countryfrom Our Little House in the Country

Preparing Your Child to Start School – 20 Tips for a Smooth Transition and Happy Start to School.

Preparing Your Child to Start School - 20 Tips for a Smooth Transition and Happy Start to School.

Challenging behaviors from our children can be...well, challenging! Here are eight steps to help you work your way from a negative reaction toward a gentle, positive, constructive response.

the Better Momfrom the Better Mom

The Four Parenting Rules I Won’t Ever Quit Using

There is no magic formula for getting your kids to turn out perfect and well-behaved like you envision. Our children are unique, and so our parenting experience is unique. However, there are still some basic principles and rules that apply. Read some rules of parenting that I believe work universally and bear incredible fruit.

Hands On As We Growfrom Hands On As We Grow

Talk About School with Your Kids: Questions to Ask

To share with parents...Tips and questions to ask kids after a day school to get an answer more than "I dunno". @Amy Lyons Lyons Bragg - perfect for our project next year!

A simple bedtime trick! "When we were kids growing up,our bedtime was always at 8, but if we were in bed by 7:30, we could stay up reading until 8:30. It not only taught us that reading was a reward and not a punishment, but it also got us in bed earlier – extra bonus points for mom!"

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?

Living Well Spending Less®from Living Well Spending Less®

5 Tips for Raising Kids You Actually Like

5 Tips for Raising Kids You Actually Like - Living Well Spending Less™

We Will Get Along by Karen M. from Castro Valley, CA, who sent in this photo of her new parenting tactic. This shirt is a brilliant idea! Even if it’s only half working. via The Ellen Degeneres Show #Parenting #Tshirt

"Here’s a few ways to really notice your child. By notice, I really mean appreciate. By appreciate, I mean fall in love with them all over again day after day after day."

I'm pinning this so I have it for later. Saw it on Facebook. It's a chart where the mom gets to choose the severity of the punishment and the kid gets to choose how to get there... Love it!

The Realistic Mamafrom The Realistic Mama

How to Raise a Confident Child

How to Raise a Confident Child - The Realistic Mama...left off a couple of things i would have included, but a good list overall