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Have you tried the 4-7-8 technique? Seriously, ever tired mom needs to try this.

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The Sleep Hack Every Tired Mom Needs to Try

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Every child needs to grow up money-smart. This site help guide parents and educators on what age groups should know at their age.

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Stop screaming at your kids!!! Road trip clips: One clip for each kid.... If they are sweet, clip stays up, if they are not, clip comes down. Everyone with a clip on the visor gets a treat at the next stop :-) love this idea!!!

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Positive reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full.

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from The Humbled Homemaker

Staying at Home with Your Kids When You Can Barely Afford It

staying home with your kids when you can barely afford it-- love this because it shows just how much we sacrifice but its SO worth it

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Your child receives a quarter each time he helps out. Then he can "buy" from the house "store." Teach him about money & responsibility.

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from Parents

Potty-Training Incentives that Work!

for future reference- Dye the toilet water with red or blue food coloring -- when he/she goes potty it will change color to orange or green, turning potty training into a game.WHAT A GREAT IDEA!

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from Bounce Back Parenting

The Toddler Years Must Do List

All the most fun thing to do while you've got a toddler

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Consequences That Actually Work! (Part 3) ~connectedfamilies.org

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from CNN

Bully-proofing your kids - CNN.com

Bully-proofing your kids - Starting when their son was 3, psychologist Tammy Hughes and her school psychologist husband started teaching him. At night, they'd say, "Tell me three good things that happened to you today." This helped him make the distinction between events and his feelings about them. Once he had that mastered, they added, "Tell me three good things that happened to someone else (lesson: the world includes me and other people, their feelings and actions)." Next they…

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