Biblical Boyhood: Teaching Boys to Be Respectful - Thoughts on teaching boys to be respectful in a disrespectful culture {From a Christian perspective}

Biblical Boyhood: Teaching Boys to Be Respectful

Biblical Boyhood: Teaching Boys to Be Respectful - Thoughts on teaching boys to be respectful in a disrespectful culture {From a Christian perspective}

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Find the Positive: "Hugging hands" instead of don't hit. "Walking feet" instead of don't run. Make up your own: "Whisper voice" instead of stop yelling. "Mommy's listening" for the whining times. "Love time" as a break when child is upset, fussy or clinging (then give your child attention and cuddles). Teach respect and proper communication techniques. Remember to keep your patience too :)

Find the Positive: "Hugging hands" instead of don't hit. "Walking feet" instead of don't run. Make up your own: "Whisper voice" instead of stop yelling. "Mommy's listening" for the whining times. "Love time" as a break when child is upset, fussy or clinging (then give your child attention and cuddles). Teach respect and proper communication techniques. Remember to keep your patience too :)

Sometimes we get too soft in our parenting. We want the best for our children, and we sometimes don’t realize that the best for our child doesn’t always look very pretty. These are called “consequences.” Today I wanted to talk about consequences that make sense for kids. It’s our struggles and our consequences that make us learn and become stronger and more apt to make right decisions. If we don’t…

Consequences that Make Sense

Sometimes we get too soft in our parenting. We want the best for our children, and we sometimes don’t realize that the best for our child doesn’t always look very pretty. These are called “consequences.” Today I wanted to talk about consequences that make sense for kids. It’s our struggles and our consequences that make us learn and become stronger and more apt to make right decisions. If we don’t…

8 tips for raising a gentleman - I like the article, but it makes me sad that we need this.  This should be part of your childrearing, regardless of gender.

8 tips for raising a gentleman

8 tips for raising a gentleman - I like the article, but it makes me sad that we need this. This should be part of your childrearing, regardless of gender.

Following graduation a father handed his daughter a bag with a copy of "Oh the Places You'll Go," by Dr Seuss in it. At first she just smiled and said that she loved that book. But he told her "No, open it up." ...On the first page she saw a short paragraph written by her kindergarten teacher. He told her "Every year, for the past 13 years, since the day you started kindergarten I've gotten every teacher, coach and principal to write a little something about you

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Following graduation a father handed his daughter a bag with a copy of "Oh the Places You'll Go," by Dr Seuss in it. At first she just smiled and said that she loved that book. But he told her "No, open it up." ...On the first page she saw a short paragraph written by her kindergarten teacher. He told her "Every year, for the past 13 years, since the day you started kindergarten I've gotten every teacher, coach and principal to write a little something about you

Raising Godly Children: Prayer Sticks. Each day your child (or you) pick a stick and pray for that person on the stick. What a great way to get kids actively involved in prayer.

Raising Godly Children: Prayer Sticks. Each day your child (or you) pick a stick and pray for that person on the stick. What a great way to get kids actively involved in prayer.

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