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"Climber on Arête Sud-Ouest" by Masa Sakano at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

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6 Ways to Encourage Independence in Your Children

Do you have a little one that is clingy? Or maybe one that likes to run free? Both of my children were a bit more of the clingy type. This worked out great for safety but not so much for letting me get things done. Or even going to the bathroom in peace. I’m so thankful they love and trust me, but I also want them to be independent. It is so important for building confidence and learning life skills. Here are some of the things we do to encourage independence.

"Climber on Arête Sud-Ouest" by Masa Sakano at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

Image courtesy of Masa Sakano at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

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Mom: The Heart of the Family

Moms. They are often overworked, underappreciated, tired, messy and loved more than they know. They are also so grateful for the amazing title they have been given. Being a mom has made me love my mom even more. My mom is strong, courageous, beautiful and giving. What comes to mind when you think of your mom? Here is what some of my friends had to say about their moms. Mom1 Continue reading

"grouch" by greg westfall at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

9 Ways to Tackle ‘Tude in Tiny Humans

I don’t know about you but sometimes the tiny humans at my house get the best of me with poor attitude. Actually my not so tiny human can still throw a little ‘tude my way too. Some days I can handle it and some days I want to hide under the covers and eat all of the candy in the house.

"grouch" by greg westfall at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

Image courtesy of greg westfall at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

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