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{I LOVE THIS NOTION!} Parenting is about flexibility. If something doesn’t work, change it. If your child doesn’t respond to some method you use, then, instead of complaining about your child, choose something else that might be more effective. Don’t blame your kids for things that do not depend on them. Be flexible, understanding, respectful, and kind, and watch your children become all those things as well.

Yes! Don't put all of the responsibility on teachers, begin teaching at home before they ever get to school. It's a life-long process and it takes that village to make it happen.

100 ways to be kind to your child. Guest post as part of the 100 Acts of Kindness challenge. There are some great ideas on here that can help you learn to be kinder (and teach your child about kindness). -->love

25 things to do for your daughter. This is a wonderful list of things to do daily with her. It's easy things that make a HUGE difference in her life. Tear-jerker...beware😂❤

I need to remember this when I start to get a little nutty with the cleaning!

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Being passionate about what you do is a good thing... well, unless you are passionate about doing bad things then it's bad. ;)

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10 Sentences That Can Change Your Perspective on Life quotes so true cute

Dear Society, This is how I feel about most of you. Call me harsh if you want. But if you won't take initiative for yourself, I will not feel bad for you when you are in poor health because of your self-inflicted laziness. Regards, I'm the only one responsible for me

You should have said, "Nice to meet you. I'm your other half."

At 2010 Chicago Pride, a Christian group did not protest the celebration, but instead told all that were there "sorry" for the way that Christians and churches treat the gay community. This is how true Christians should act: love one another. This is truly inspiring and a step in the right direction.