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4 Back to School Tips!

4 Back to School Tips!

It’s hard to believe it’s school time again! With that in mind, I thought I would share a few back to school tips: Tip #1: Did the important stuff get done? Did you do those “special” things you talked about doing this summer? Talk to your children and see if...
Chores: Want to Stop Fighting with Your Kids?

Chores: Want to Stop Fighting with Your Kids?

Whether it’s summer or school that’s in full swing, a common issue seems to be chores. Parents don’t want to think of their children as being lazy, but they are hard-pressed to find another way to describe the behavior they see, i.e. little or nothing...
Parenting In a Broken World

Parenting In a Broken World

In this world, there is so much pressure on families. Activities constantly pull on all of us. It becomes hard to prioritize and even harder to remember what we value sometimes. Life becomes a merry-go-round that is turning so fast we can’t get on or off, nor can our...
3 Tips for Parenting in a Tough Season

3 Tips for Parenting in a Tough Season

Somehow as parents we think if we have a tough season in parenting, we are doing something wrong. Sometimes that is correct and we are actually a little off somewhere. Other times, it’s just the season we are in, part of the path for this child and something we need...
Teens: The World They Live In

Teens: The World They Live In

Have you noticed how much our world has changed since we were teenagers? We were exposed to things on a much different level than young kids and teens are today. These days, even young children have access to things we would not have heard of at their age. With...
Boundaries: One Size Does Not Fit All

Boundaries: One Size Does Not Fit All

Anyone with more than one child knows all too well that one size does not fit all in parenting. Children are as unique as snowflakes; no two are exactly the same. Even with twins, there is always something different. Have you ever wondered (and maybe judged) why...