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In the last couple of years, I’ve had the opportunity to speak at several Christian conferences and churches on the importance of parents teaching their kids apologetics (how to make a case for and…

A Letter To My Boys (The Real Reason I Say No To Electronics) – Repost

Reasons to Consider Unplugging from Technology to Plug Into Our Families

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You can still remain a Skinny Mom during the traveling season!

This List Is Changing Our Family's Lives, Why You Should Make One Too

This List Is Changing Our Family's Lives, Why You Should Make One Too!

Óvjuk gyermekeink bőrét a káros napsugárzástól! #aloevera #nyár #foreverlifestyle

Óvjuk gyermekeink bőrét a káros napsugárzástól! #aloevera #nyár #foreverlifestyle

Argument | Last Word | Arguing with Child | Argumentative | I love having a phrase like this to use when my son. It helps so much with a child that always needs the last word in an argument.

Does Your Child Always Need the Last Word in Arguments? Here is What to Say.

Having phrase helps so much with a child who always needs the last word in an argument.

My son will be a teen before I know it! These are the things I'm aiming to teach him about God, himself, and life before that time comes.

13 Things I Want My Son to Learn Before He Turns Thirteen

13 Things I Want My Son to Learn Before He Turns Thirteen - Imperfect Homemaker

Great post by Sally Clarkson thinking through the "first time obedience" rule. I wish I had understood this stuff when my eldest was younger.

First Time Obedience- Really? by Sally Clarkson LOVE this! I've read two parenting books recently that just grieved my heart. This lady has it right- a balanced, better view, not a formula! so refreshing

Strategies for bringing more calm to your household - plus, in the comments, do you think it's derogatory to use the word explosive to describe a child?

9 Tips for Parenting an Explosive Kid

9 Tips for Parenting an Explosive Kid - Guest post by Shawn Ledington Fink - My response is key Use a hand signal Log the outbursts and look for patterns.

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