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All Blog Posts Tagged 'spirited' (2)

Do children come with manuals?....

My partner and I feel like maybe the do, because our manual just arrived last Friday. Maybe a little late, but better late then never!



Between the discipline suggestions and reminders from my troops, and the discovery of a book titled "Raising Your Spirited Child". We feel like maybe children DO come with manuals. When persistent enough in finding out what they need, what their triggers are, what we need as parents, and ultimately what we need as a family to be… Continue

Added by back2backboys on February 22, 2008 at 7:00am — No Comments

How long does it take to put your "mommy pants" back on after they've been missing?....

Well for me it took until 1:00 p.m. the following day. They boys went to school and I parked and talked on the phone with my cousin who had been calling for the past two days to check on me.



I had heard about a book "Raising Your Spirited Child". We've always know that both of our boys are spirited, but what did the really mean? Anyone that knows me, has heard me say more then once "I am obsessed with the need to understand what is triggering their poor behavior to begin with". I'm… Continue

Added by back2backboys on February 20, 2008 at 3:00pm — No Comments

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