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You’re the Best vs. ...
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The message was:  Skills and achievement come through commitment and effort.  -Carol S. Dweck, Ph. D. A couple of months ago we talked about Dr. Ginott’s quote in his book Between Parent & Teenager that says: “Describe, don’t evaluate. Deal
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My son learned to tie ...
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Success is not final, failure is no fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts. Winston Churchill   If someone at some point has told you that all children learn differently, I can say by my own experience it’s
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What could our childre...
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A child can teach an adult three things: to be happy for no reason, to always be busy with something, and to know how to demand with all his might that which he desires. Paulo Coelho Children can teach us
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The Importance of Safety
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There is nothing more Important than a good, safe, secure home. Rosalynn Carter In the last article ‘The Terrible Two, What can we do?’ We talked about the importance of having a childproof home, the idea was that by having
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The Importance of Doin...
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Life so that when your children think of fairness and integrity, they think of you. H. Jackson Brown, Jr. A couple of weeks ago we went to the beach together as a family. On the way my husband was very
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The Importance of Taki...
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Never have more children than you have car windows. Erma Bombeck   I definitely did not read this in time, because our car has two windows in the back and we have three children – jajajaja. At first no one
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Family Time
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If you want your children to turn out well, spend twice as much time with them and half as much Money. Anonymous Many times we want to give our children what we did not have or if we had many
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Kids and Changes
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Why is it so hard make my child do changes? Life is a constant change, that is reflected from birth. From children, we change as time passes, from only sleep and do basic needs, we began to crawl, then walk,
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The Terrible Twos. Wha...
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Or The Age of Separateness? Last week we talked about the terrible twos or the Age of Separation, we learned that creating an environment that meets the needs of the little ones allow our kids to feel a little more
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The Terrible Twos. Wha...
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Or The Age of Separateness? When our kids are small, less than two years, most of the time they promptly do what we ask them to with relative ease. When they reach the terrible twos or the Age of Separation,
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