Responsibility and respect go hand in hand. As children learn responsibility, they form better opinions of themselves and others. They are more obedient, and understand what is expected of them.
In order for children to change their behavior, it is necessary for the adults in their lives to take action. Just as weeds grow in every garden, negative behavior is automatic.
Toddlers are eager to please the adults in their lives. Adults are responsible for teaching them skills. Taking the time now will mean obedience later as relationships of trust are developed.
Top 10 facts of life that parents won't tell their kids. The scary truth about the real world that are not kid friendly.
As a follower of Christ, it is my deep desire that my kids come to saving faith in Jesus Christ and grow spiritually. Here are some ideas to help your kids grow spiritually.
Tips for how to raise your son to be a confident boy.
Trust is the first thing children learn after birth. It is built on the premise that their needs will be met by those who care for them and continues only as the child's needs continue to be met.
Parenting can be challenging and a common worry is, “Will my child have self-esteem?” This article offers guidelines that can help you and your child find self-acceptance.
Teaching your children to be thankful is a year round process, not just something we do around Thanksgiving. However this seems to be a practice most people consider only one day every year.
Helping kids develop a sense of humor will keep them healthy mentally and physically strong. It aids in stress reduction as well as conflict resolution skills.