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Hold the Door: Lessons for My Kids.

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Awesome science fair project!! Yummy Gummy Bear Lab #Drox88

Yummy Gummy Bear Lab.pdf - Google Drive

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Be this kind of mom

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Pretty

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Make each child a book of their quotes... Fill it with pictures of your child, inspirational quotes, and more importantly… THEIR QUOTES! This is a priceless idea, love it!

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For any son

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Clever chore chart idea

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Preparing your kids for the adult world. If only every parent did this.

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Birthday Lunch. Must do!

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Wow, pediatrician JUST told me about this the other day and now I see it here. Homemade Swimmers ear drops... Alcohol dries out the ear and vinegar kills bacteria. It works!

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Be careful of what you say and how you say it; this is entirely true. <3

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haaha

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How to see what your kids are doing on Facebook.

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I. Love. This. 10 Tangible Ways to Raise Your Kids Counter-Cultural

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To teach manners at the table! Any time someone at the table does something bad (burp, reach across the table, get up from the table, etc.) They get the pig. Whoever is the last one with the pig has to clear the whole table. This is a great idea - makes it a game instead of admonishment. If no one gets it, you all clear the table together!

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21 creative consequences . . . For all ages

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This is a great series... Raising a Daughter Series: Lessons on Men.

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Raising a daughter, what I want to teach her. Great list.

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I need to read this. every. day.

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BRILLIANT!!!! "Following my high school graduation ceremony my dad handed me a bag with a copy of Oh the Places You’ll Go, by Doctor Seuss inside. I open it up and on the first page I see a short paragraph written by none other than my kindergarten teacher. My dad tells me "Every year, for the past 13 years, since the day you started kindergarten I’ve gotten every teacher, coach, and principal to write a little something about you inside this book.""

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25 Rules for Mothers of Sons

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So true!

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As long as it's true.

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True

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