Each night at dinner time we sit around the table as a family. We chat about our day and enjoy some quality family time – though some days the kids are chattier than others. To help keep the conversation going, and to keep up with our children’s lives, I
Self-Esteem: Activities for Building Your Tweens Self-Esteem
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"Learning these 10 things is a good base with which to begin the tough preteen and teen years. Helping our children maneuver life is our jobs as parents, even if we haven't quite figured it all out ourselves yet." These Life Lessons are for sons as well.