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50 Questions To Ask Your Kids Instead Of Asking “How Was Your Day”

07/06/2017 |

by Leslie Means


Now that we have a new baby in our home, time with my oldest girls (ages 8 and 6) is even more difficult to find. Between constant nursing sessions and shuffling kids to and from activities, … Lees Meer

Want your kids to tell you about their day? Instead of asking questions, try this.

03/11/2016 |

by Sara Ackerman


The recently begun school year brought with it the smell of fresh pencil shavings, the squeak of shoes on newly waxed linoleum and a new round of stonewalling to the question, “What did you do at school … Lees Meer

The 5 Things Your Kids Will Remember About You

10/11/2015 |

by Dave Willis


What parenting habits are the most significant to kids?

1. The times you made them feel safe (or the times you made them feel unsafe)

There’s a vulnerability and a need for protection in … Lees Meer

6 Gifts Every Kid Needs from Their Dad

22/06/2015 |

Ek assosieer Vadersdag met koffie en ontbyt in die bed en oulike selfgemaakte geskenkies deur die kinders. Die res van die dag is dan nou my beurt om bederf te word. Terwyl almal rondhol in “Supernice-mode” kan ek nie help … Lees Meer

What Is Generation Z, And What Does It Want?

28/05/2015 |

And you thought you had just figured out millennials. It’s time to start wringing your hands about the new generation that’s about to enter the workforce. What do they even want?

by Jeremy Finch

Poor Generation Z. The oldest members of … Lees Meer

3 Tips for Practicing Empathy with Your Kids

28/05/2015 |

by Roman Krznaric

There’s nothing easy about raising kids. We’re all struggling and looking for new ways to build better relationships with them, help them find their way in the world, or simply deal with the tensions and tears of … Lees Meer

Practical Ways to Connect with Your Child’s Heart

12/12/2013 |

Here are eleven suggestions to help you find ways to connect with your child’s heart.

1. Talking. Children often like to hear stories from your own childhood. Don’t feel like you have to tie a lesson into the story. Just … Lees Meer

What I Learned About Justice from a Mom with a Stroller

01/10/2013 |

by John Richmond 

When I think about someone passing judgment, I get a pit in my stomach. Past pains, failures, and hurt feelings stream through my mind. Coaches passed judgment on my ability to make the team, employers passed judgment … Lees Meer