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Watch as Mary Jenkins and her little son Nathaniel explain the simple behavior chart that lays out the rules and sets out the consequences for their family.
Isn’t love the most important element of discipline and conflict resolution? This 20-minute podcast offers lots of stories and methods for making love the key ingredient in our discipline strategies with our children and our resolution of issues with our spouses and friends.
Facebook0 Twitter0 Pinterest0 Evernote Print15 Email116total shares This post was written by Kelli Connell, a Power of Moms Trainer and Mind Organization for Moms Coach. If you’d like to plan your OWN Christmas the way Kelli has outlined below, The Power of Moms has a free Christmas-planning template so you can join in the fun. […]
You’re probably asking yourselves what in the world we are doing…well, glad you asked.
If our lives are so crammed full of soccer games, music lessons, and social functions how can we expect to have fun together? Great experiences don’t happen by accident. While you can’t force family fun, you do have to make a place for it.
Sometimes it feels like implementing quality traditions into our homes is “just one more thing” to do. In this podcast, you’ll be reminded that traditions don’t have to be “big” or stressful in order to be magical.
Fun housework? Isn’t that an oxymoron? Creating order and cleanliness isn’t always a party at my house, but for those who are committed to getting the family involved (while having some fun along the way) here are some ways great ideas.
Does that apply to disciplining children? Is it possible to have fun and discipline at the same time? Well, it’s happening at our house (sometimes!), and I’m excited to share.
Organizing doesn’t come naturally to me. In fact, unless acted upon by an outside force (visitors!), most of the time our house was gravitating towards chaos. When my sister-in-law last visited, she shared some of her simple “secrets” for keeping a clean and orderly home. Here’s what I learned.
There are few things more frustrating to a new mother than the amount of housework that comes with a new baby. The big messes can be overwhelming. Now, fast forward through a few more children and you’ve got a bona fide disaster zone.