Tag: parenting books

3 Major Ways Parenting Has Changed Since The 80’s

I am 30 years old. It wasn’t that long ago I was living in the 80’s and enjoying my childhood in all its carefree, Tina Turner, high-top sneakers and voluminous hair-sprayed bangs, glory. At least it doesn’t feel like that long ago. Now with 2 young children of my own I have become much more aware

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Parenting with Love, Limits & Lessons

12/18/2009: I met my son for the first time.  He was 3 1/2 years old and I was going in entirely blind to his life experiences, previous discipline, capabilities…everything.  Now that I have a nearly 3 1/2 year old daughter whom I’ve raised since infancy, I realize how much of a lifetime I had missed. 

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Parenting with Love, Limits & Lessons

12/18/2009: I met my son for the first time.  He was 3 1/2 years old and I was going in entirely blind to his life experiences, previous discipline, capabilities…everything.  Now that I have a nearly 3 1/2 year old daughter whom I’ve raised since infancy, I realize how much of a lifetime I had missed. 

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Wisdom Wednesday

Book Review: Yardsticks: Children in the Classroom Ages 4-14: A Resource for Parents and Teachers by Chip Wood When I was a teacher, there were certain books that I found extremely helpful when planning curriculum, looking at progress reports, or simply trying to figure out why a student was behaving in a certain way. Sometimes

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