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    Great blog post on natural consequences for kids undesirable actions... These are REALLY good.

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    • Leah Sellers

      Great blog post on natural consequences for kids undesirable actions... some really good parenting helps!

    • Tamsyn Glad Higgs

      Good ideas for some natural consequences for parenting kids - keeping the love alive between the whole family

    • Elizabeth Mary

      Great blog post on natural consequences for kids undesirable actions. check out her post for little kids too

    • Jordan Talley

      Great blog post on natural consequences for kids' undesirable actions... These are REALLY good. After today, I need to start these. They make sense!

    • Troyetta Slaughter

      creative consequences for kids - lots of good ideas for natural consequences.

    • Kimberly Mohr

      Great blog post on natural consequences for kids. Parenting skills for work.

    • Kristen Fleming

      Great blog post on natural consequences for kids behavior. Good read!

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    • Jan Hafer

      Her blog has a lot of good parenting ideas.

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