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Measuring Your Child's Value

Today we continue our weekends with a post from Beth Demme.  Who is she you might ask? Beth Demme is all about Learning to Live Loved. 903 more words

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Boundaries

Welcome to another Parenting weekend, where we are discussing the topic “Setting Boundaries verses Stifling Individuality” today we have Beth sharing with us.

But before we meet Beth and hear what she has to say, remember to check out our… 965 more words

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Boundary-setting that works for you and your child

Today’s parenting post is by Grace.  Grace is a wife, homeschooling mom, doula, pastor’s kid, and writer. She currently resides in southern Oregon with her husband and three gorgeous children, where they enjoy walks in the woods, wading in the river, reading good books, and attending a diverse and compassionate church. 1,038 more words

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Quiet Time For Kids

Today for our Aptil 2015 Parenting Weekend, Kaylie looks at this month’s topic “Setting Boundaries vs Stiffling Individuality” by talking about how she enforce quiet time- a sanity saving time that I completely understand. 665 more words

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Boundaries vs. Individuality: Is There a Conflict Here

“If your boundary training consists only of words, you are wasting your breath. But if you ‘do’ boundaries with your kids, they internalize the experiences, remember them, digest them, and make them part of how they see reality.” 924 more words

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Bad Mommy?

Are you a bad mommy?

We’ve all had those moments; the week of crabby behavior gets explained by an ear infection we didn’t know the baby had. 747 more words

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More than One in a Million

Every mom likes to think her child is one in a million. My son is one in 68. I can say this with certainty because my second son, Ryan, has autism. 780 more words