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from Picklebums

How to Be a More Patient Parent

100 Days of Play Challenge! For 100 days, commit to connecting with your children ~ in their world! Let the housework sit untouched for 5... 10... 20 minutes, get away from the stress of the world, get on the floor and give the gift of your time to your children. 100 blogs from around the world and across the web are sharing 100 fun ways to play with your kids. Nothing required that you wouldn't already have in your home.

from CNN

Bully-proofing your kids -

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…

from How Does She

Being a

Be a YES-Mom! Designate a day to practice telling your children yes and see how they react! Positive reinforcements will create a happier atmosphere and let you see a new side of your children! Try these ideas as you experiment your first Yes-Mom day! #yesmom #positiveparenting #howdoesshe

from Your Modern Family

How to keep your child in their bed

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from The Idea Room

How to Talk to Our Children About Strangers

from The Idea Room

How To Play With Our Children

Great Article on How To Play With Our Children and why it is so important by Heather Johnson via Amy Huntley (The Idea Room) The paragraph called 'let down our guard' is really sweet!

from Melinda Means

4 messages impatience sends to our children - Mothering From Scratch

We all want to see quick results. But our children require patience. They don't respond or develop on our timetable. And when we chronically express annoyance or impatience with them we send messages we don't intend. This post outlines those messages and explains ways to stop our impatience in its tracks.