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  • Joyce Atkins

    21 creative consequence. Some really good ideas for creative discipline. ~REB

  • Jennifer Corrigan-Drury

    21 Creative Consequences for kids. What great ideas! Some actual good ideas!

  • Rachel Shaw

    21 creative parenting ideas for consequences-LOVE some of these!

  • Linda Bogojevski Oleksik

    21 creative consequences . . . all I can say is that I'm glad my Mom wasn't on Pinterest when I was a child! some of these are really clever ideas Great ideas.

  • Caitlin Walton

    21 creative consequences for kids - discipline ideas

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