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Art Barfrom Art Bar

Parenting // Discipline Less + Understand More

How to Raise a Happy, Successful & Cooperative Child Infogram (Carol Tuttle, the Child Whisperer via Art Bar)

Modern Parents Messy Kidsfrom Modern Parents Messy Kids

POYEL: Cleaning with Kids

Great ideas on how to make your little ones a cleaning kit and get them involved with the chores early on. If you start them young and convince them cleaning is fun, it will pay huge dividends in the future!

Foster2Foreverfrom Foster2Forever

Time-In Discipline

I've read about this - it's supposed to be insanely effective!

'Parenting a Strong-Willed Child' [From 'The Gentle Parent: Positive, Practical, Effective Discipline' by L.R.Knost]

Dirt & Boogersfrom Dirt & Boogers

20 Parenting Tips Every Parent Needs to Know

This post has so many resources. Power struggles, manners, tantrums, lying, and more. Pinning for later! Never know what may come up!

Creative With Kidsfrom Creative With Kids

Hug It Out - Calming an Angry Child

Hug It Out – Calming an Angry Child. This technique seemed almost too simple, but it's been SO powerful in our family.

Creative With Kidsfrom Creative With Kids

Resources - To Deal with Anger

Resource list for dealing with parenting anger and finding positive parenting tools

Toddler Approved!: A Parenting Moment: Eight Ways to Deal with Anger as a Parent

Not Consumedfrom Not Consumed

How to get your kids to stay in bed

how to get your kids to stay in bed. I'll need this one day.

Motherhood Ideas: 1. Movie Night: every Friday 2. Interviews: ask family questions, figure out goals 3. Lunch Dates: Once a month take child out of school lunch for a date 4. Mother's Day Letters: Write love letter to child each year 5. Clean Ten: When things get cluttered, say "clean 10" and everyone picks up 10 things 6. Late Nights: Each kid gets 1 night a week to stay up 15 mins later for 1 on 1 attention time 7. Happies and Sads: At dinner take turns saying best part of day and…

Toddler Tantrums- why they happen and some ways to deal with them. Do you have good ways to stay calm when your child is tantrumming? That's the hardest part for me sometimes.

If more people knew how to do all of these things well before adult life, it would make the adjustment a lot easier. (this is quite a list. )

Joy in the Homefrom Joy in the Home

How to Build Patience in the Formative Years

Tips to Build Patience in Toddlers & Preschoolers |