Parenting

CHANGE can be Beautiful

Why is it that instinctively people cleave to what is?   Why does it take heartache, pain, suffering, disappointment, frustration, sickness and a long list of other negative connotations for “us” to admit that change is necessary? I cannot count how many times I have held on to the very thing(s) that I needed to […]

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What Grade Are You In Daddy?

My son has to be the most curious kid in the world. If he sees anything that he is not familiar with he will ask you about a million questions until he does. Not only will he continue to ask question, after question, after question but then he will re-explain it back to you all while saying, […]

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The Five Minute Rule

As you’ll learn so far this week both Frank and I love our children. We also reckonize that they must really, REALLY love us. How do I know? There is an old saying that states the highest form of flattery is imitation, lol. How can I show my daughter how much I love her? I was […]

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He is Just Like Me (Conclusion)

(Hey guys I have a guest post on Pick the Brain entitled How to Break Bad Habits. Please check it out and leave comments.) As I stood there watching my son throw the mother of all fits, I immediately had a flash back. DISRUPTION WAS MY MIDDLE NAME When I was in junior high I […]

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Is Your Child Learning Your Habits?

Parenting 101: NEVER think that you are going to convince your child to do something that they regularly see you NOT do. I have a beautiful daughter. She is the apple of my eye. Sometimes when I’m having an off day at work I sit back and look with wide-open eyes at the pictures on my […]

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