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    A CUP OF JO - Conversations at the dinner table

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    Happy Family Habits

  • Jess Apostle

    How to get your kids to talk at dinner. great concepts!

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    A CUP OF JO: Motherhood Mondays: How to get your kids to talk at dinner#more#more#more

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    Pint-sized Treasures • 1 year ago

    Hi Steph! I am a parenting blogger and would love an opportunity to pin to this fun parenting board. Feel free to check out my parenting pins and boards! If you think we are a good fit, could you send me an invite? Thanks so much!

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    jen b • 1 year ago

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    So basically this article says: Whatever your local principal of your school decides is best in handling a bully, bow down to his authority and understand that they are the professionals in handling your kid and your kid's bullies. Also remember, as a parent, you have to work and do not have time to really participate in your child's life.