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5 Reasons Why #TroubleMakers Need to Contribute to Household Chores

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Being a contributing member of a family is an AWESOME thing. Whether by blood, marriage, circumstance, or friendship, your family members are the people that will love and accept you no matter who you are. The love of a family is unconditional, demonstrated by the commitment of unity. A child’s first education and introduction to […]

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4 Effective Tips for Disciplining Your #TroubleMaker

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Although every child is different and should be disciplined accordingly, there are general guidelines that can be implemented for every child, at every age. The goal here is to find effective ways to avoid tantrums, and eliminate power struggles, while setting healthy limits. However, the golden rule in effective discipline will always come down to […]

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10 Fun Conversations to Have With Your #TroubleMaker After Reading a Book

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Recent neuroscience studies have observed how storytelling is an integral part of the healthy development of our brains, helping us interpret the world emotionally and physically. MRI scans have shown that our brains understand the interactions among fictional characters as real-life emotional and physical encounters. It concluded that there was a huge overlap in our […]

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3 Tummy-Tested/Veggie-Sneaky Recipes Your #TroubleMaker Will Love

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Nutrition and the connectivity of family mealtime have always played a major role in developing, maintaining, and promoting a healthy body, mind, and sprit. Dinnertime was always my favorite part of the day growing up. Fond memories of sitting around our dinner table, talking and laughing together as a family filled my thoughts when creating […]

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5 Reasons Why Reading to Your TroubleMaker is AWESOME!!!

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  “If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.” ~Albert Einstein Reading to your child is not only an AWESOME activity to enjoy together, but is crucial to their future development. Many studies have shown that children that […]

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