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    10 Things To Say To Your Child Every Day

    A great way to connect with your kids at the end of the day

    30 Day Mom Challenge || Take the challenge! 30 ways, in 30 days, to be the best mom you can be. For each day of the month, find the corresponding number and follow the tip. So, if you begin the challenge on November 9; start with tip 9 and move on from there. You can repeat 30 day challenge every month! - iMom

    Parent or not. Everyone should read this...

    The Top 10 TV Shows for Kids That Teach Good Things on Netflix - not that I would ever let my children watch any TV! Gasp!

    I love this!! A must-read :-)

    Tips from real moms about how to stop yelling at your kids.

    10 things you should never say to your kids. #parenting

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    I read this and it's so good.

    7 things a child should see their mom doing

    Kids are different

    Lazy, unproductive, irritable, frustrated, and angry....signs of a Mom Funk. Here's some practical solutions to get out yourself out of it.

    This is something that I should read once a week because it is just too easy to put the things that are really meaningful to my little one on the back burner.

    10 Things Children will ALWAYS remember and adults should NEVER forget! the36thavenue.com

    If you want your child to be HAPPY, stick up for themselves, and become who they are truly meant to BE - you HAVE to read this! Healthy Self-Esteem in Kids: 10 Things Parents Can DO to Help!

    Children Learn What They Live....

    11 Ways To Raise A Grateful Child by Ellie of Musing Momma | #Parenting #Children #SingleMother | Visit www.facebook.com/goldenbirdwings for more parenting resources

    "When we rave too easily and disregard poor behavior, children eventually learn to cheat, exaggerate and lie and to avoid difficult reality. They have not been conditioned to face it." http://www.forbes.com/sites/kathycaprino/2014/01/16/7-crippling-parenting-behaviors-that-keep-children-from-growing-into-leaders/