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How to raise a happy, successful, cooperative child. It looks like my son is a mix of The Fun-Loving Child and The Determined Child.

20 Questions to ask your children when you're putting them to bed to help develop your relationship * Great questions!

20 Pillow Talk Questions for You and Your Child

20 pillow-talk questions to ask your children to help develop your relationship

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Parenting without saying no, to make "no" more powerful when it's needed.

Great challenges

Be the best parent you can. Try using these parent challenges to connect. I do most of these daily but it's a nice reminder plus giving a whole day to ONE specific item is a GREAT idea!

AM/PM Routine chart

Eventually when the kids are in school. Great AM/PM Routine for children free from Kid to Kid! My 6 y/o grand-daughter loved this.

This list is based on insights from "How To Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk" and "Secrets Of The Baby Whisperer for Toddlers." As always, keep content vs. context in mind when you approach these tips as you uniquely parent your child.

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101 Almost Free Things to Do With Kids This Summer

101 Things to do with kids this summer summer fun kids free diy activities for kids money saving kid activities family ideas family activities summer activities

This infographic tells a story about how parents-with great love and affection-try to help their anxious children. It also tells a silent tale about what those children wish they could express to their parents about what they are experiencing.

5 Phrases to Avoid Saying to An Anxious Child (and 5 Alternatives)

5 Phrases to Avoid Saying to an Anxious Child (Infographic) Emotions have a purpose- help your child understand, and be patient with their process.