Have you ever asked another parent for advice? Well, I’ve got some fun Parenting tips to answer questions like: “How do you get your kids to stop complaining?”, and “How do you organize all your toys?” I hope these “tricks of the trade” will help make your life a little easier.
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These mini activities are educational and keep your children out of trouble. If you have squabbling siblings or a bored bumpkin, save these for those special times when you need to get things done, or just need a break. If you teach multiple children at home, these are a must have!
No one likes complaining. It makes everyone unhappy. If your family is experiencing a lot of whining and complaining lately, try this game! It would be perfect for a road trip, at the restaurant, or when visiting friends or relatives. Cheers, to less complaining and more contentment!
Isn’t this closet a dream? In this post, you’ll learn the steps to create a inviting and organized space like this. Don’t worry about spending a lot of money on bins, just use empty diaper boxes covered with decorative paper.
I love this idea for making your own tire obstacle course. Exercise is my best parenting tip for days when your kids are being overly disobedient, fighting with siblings, or just have high energy. You could even bring this idea indoors by pressure washing, or giving the tires a good scrub.
There are a lot of different opinions out there on giving children an allowance. We give our very young children an allowance. But, we make it clear that an allowance is a privilege. There are certain things that our children just have to do around the house whether they get paid for it or not. Do you give your children an allowance?
As parents, we are always looking to save our family money. But, we also want to provide plenty of educational materials for the family to read. Besides your library, here are some great ways to fill the bookshelves with Free books!
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