Do you have a strong-willed child?
The kind that you see screaming and throwing tantrums at the grocery store? Or in Sunday school?
Yep, I had one of those.
The kind you actually think might NEED medication?
Even though you can’t believe you are thinking that?
Here’s our story.
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When you have a child like this, it is easy to feel like a failure as a parent.
This kind of kid tests all of your reserve strength. This kind of child teaches you to pray!
Our first child was extremely strong willed.
I even talked to our Christian doctor about my daughter. I was ready to put her on medication to help me keep my own sanity. But . . . Continue reading “Parenting Your Strong-Willed Child: The Importance of the Walk”
How do you get help from your kids and teach them obedience?
Question: Can you help me solve this problem? The rooms, the house, my life is a mess and I’m the only one cleaning. The kids, boys, aren’t doing what they’re supposed to be doing with their independent work (ages 8 and 12). Consequences are irrelevant as an option. Means nothing. What can I do? Continue reading “Cleaning Help From Kids/ Lack of Obedience: 12 Tips from Veteran Moms”
Doing A Kids’ Activity? Two Rules & 7 Tips for Success!
Did you just get “volunteered” for a kid’s activity? Are you inwardly screaming, “KIDS AHHH!!!” ? Are you second guessing yourself with, “Kids are scared of me”?
You can survive and be successful by following these 2 rules and 7 tips. Continue reading “Homeschooling: Doing A Kids’ Activity? Two Rules & 7 Tips for Success!”