19 Things We Should Say to Our Children...absolutely LOVE this! Good for the kids at church, too :) @Nathalie Cheadle

Love the idea

File folders for K-12 to hold memorable school items and showcase that years school photo.

11 Ways to Raise a Grateful Child by Musing Momma on BonBon Break

Ages and Stages of Child Development - what to prepare for! #newborn #childdevelopment #baby #newborn

The power of praise and encouragement is monumental. I believe many women really want to praise our husbands or children, but we need a purp...

How do we build our child's self-esteem? The key to building your child's self-esteem boils down to these two important ingredients.

A three-step process to stop yelling at your kids (and break other habits) in 21 days. Brilliant!

Play Create Explore: 200+ Activites for Ages 1-5

Mama and Me Journal. Great way to communicate about things kids might not want to say in person.

Check out this surefire trick for raising your kids to be kind and caring. Plus a free printable to use with your kids at home!

How to Perform Basic #CPR: Infants to Preschool-aged Children

I absolutely <3 this! I need to do this with my kids drawings.

Ways to carry your baby and how it affects their development. Research-based information on the effects of strollers, buggies, papooses and swaddling as well as the benefits of proper baby-wearing.

101 Ways to Praise a Child - If your child puts their plate in the sink - make a big deal about it! If they get dressed and you notice they have matching socks on tell them they rock! Did they use abnormally great handwriting - tell them! You want to encourage these positive behaviors. The more you encourage them the more your child will want to do them.

Birthday Questions 3 years : 20 questions

Kids Not Listening? Four Things You Can Do Right Now to Get Them To Tune In

Three Unbelievably Simple Parenting Ideas: 1) Children need a minimum of 8 touches a day to feel connected to a parent. 2) Each day, children need one meaningful eye-to-eye conversation with a parent. 3) There are nine minutes during the day that can have the greatest impact on a child: the first three minutes right after they wake up, the three minutes after they come home from school, and the last three minutes of the day before they go to bed.

15 things your middle schooler wants you to know

You cannot expect to raise gentle, self-controlled children if you're not a gentle, self-controlled parent. Replace your irritation with empathy. Gentle parenting blog