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It’s Easier to Build Up a Child Than to Repair…so much truth.

“It’s easier to build up a child than to repair an adult. Your words and actions have power in your child’s life, use them wisely.

Three Simple Rules That Could Change Your Life    These 3 simple rules would change your life.

How to Handle Being a Mom When Life Is Hard and Hormones Rage. Filter your response through L.

How To Build Up Confidence In Your Children #powerfulwords #drrobyn

It almost appears also great to be true, work-at-home while at the exact same time caring for your kids?

My Kids are Awesome <3

There is no one perfect way to be a good mother. each situation is unique. each mother has different challenges, different skills and abilities, and certainly different children. what matters is that a mother loves her children deeply. - Elder M.

Be the adult you want them to become. ~ L.R.Knost ♥ http://www.littleheartsbooks.com

Freaking out on your child for freaking out is as hypocritical as it is ineffective. Slow down. Then act like the adult you want them to become.

But most of all, BLESSED

That about sums it up. I like the professional butt wiper lol

I think we all have been there as a mom. I know I have, not the bathroom but the garage, or outside... Where ever we go to hide and cry, we need to remember we are strong, and can get through this. It will all be a memory.

Man I needed to read this today. Just sub & the waiting room of your son& occupational therapy clinic& for & in the bathroom& and yes. Pretty much sums it up.

The lessons are in the struggle! I struggle with this all the time, constantly having to remind myself that they need to learn how to make difficult choices and that they can be strong in difficult times. For the difficult times and difficult choices will always come.

Robert A.So true, adults of today are ruining their kids.There thing you can do for your children is to quit making their life so easy! You are creating the "ENTITLEMENT" generation and they will be worthless as an adult.