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10 actions that kids learn from their parent's marriage. If you don't repin this, at least read it. Might have to print this one off and post it

TinkerLabfrom TinkerLab

10 Ways to Raise Creative Kids

10 Simple Ways to Raise Creative Kids

A Mom with a Lesson Planfrom A Mom with a Lesson Plan

a better bedtime routine - getting kids to go to bed

a better bedtime routine -- great post and TONS of info in comments on how to get kids to go to bed

Inner Child Funfrom Inner Child Fun

10 Creative Ways to Make Time for Your Kids

10 Creative Ways to Make Time for Your Kids #parenting - great ways to make more time for your kids. #1 is why I am practically cell phone free. Crazy, maybe, but my kids are too important.

Unveiled Wifefrom Unveiled Wife

A Wife's Prayer For Her Husband

BEAUTIFUL Prayer from a wife for her husband to our Lord. WOW!!!

To Love, Honor and Vacuumfrom To Love, Honor and Vacuum

10 Ways to Stay Close as a Family

10 ways to stay close as a family - more geared toward older kids, but some good ideas to keep in mind anyway

Pregnant Chickenfrom Pregnant Chicken

Happily After Giving Birth – 10 Things They Don't Tell You

This was pretty spot on. 10 Things No One Tells You about giving birth.

Happy Money Saverfrom Happy Money Saver

Kids Eat FREE List

List of Restaurants - where and when - Kids Eat FREE

ideas to strengthen your relationship with your kids, one week's challenge at a time. --Alot of good ideas

The Happy Housewifefrom The Happy Housewife

Age Appropriate Chores for Kids

chores by age, listed from age 2 to 18

Inner Child Funfrom Inner Child Fun

10 Sanity-Saving Activities for Quiet Time

Kids no longer taking naps?? 10 Sanity Saving Activities for Quiet Time.

100 Words of Affirmation every Husband and Wife Want to Hear. I love this list! Perfect for keeping the spark alive in my marriage!

I need this for me. I love this idea. Start a savings shadow box with a picture of what they're saving for. This would also be cool for the kids, to teach them to save for something.