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Family Calendar

Family Calendar

For the month of November, we're focusing on #Family. Rather than looking at all the stuff going on outside the home (sports, extracurricular activities, school, friends,) we are turning inward to get the family in good shape and feeling like...

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11May No Comments
Why don't they appreciate anything?

Why don’t they appreciate anything?

At Parenting Power, our beliefs are simple. You build a child from the inside – out; from the ground – up. You devote time to cultivating strong roots and a firm core. You allow leaves and shoots to develop once...

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T-I-M-E

T-I-M-E

Kids spell love T-I-M-E. Parents can sometimes feel that they are spending so much time meeting their kids needs and wants: cooking, cleaning, driving, volunteering, school; that there isn't that much more time to give. It seems that there is...

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27Oct No Comments
Can you make anyone happy?

Can you make anyone happy?

Last week, we asked if doing too much for your kids left you with a bitter taste in your mouth. This week, we are talking about trying to make kids happy. At Parenting Power, we are starting to wonder whether...

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13Oct No Comments
How are you starting your day?

How are you starting your day?

It's time to take stock: How are you starting your day? We hear from parents who are dreading the moment that their child wakes up, never knowing if this will be a good day OR a disaster from the start....

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Where does happiness lie?

Where does happiness lie?

As we move into the sixth month of 2015, we continue to OWN IT! This month, we are owning our happiness. We are focusing on simply being, and finding our happiness and helping our kids to find it too (maybe...

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Why do we think we can buy happiness?

Why do we think we can buy happiness?

This month, our questions are all about stuff. As a society, we seem to be accumulating a lot of stuff; in our homes, in our cars, in the landfills. We hear from parents that their kids don't put stuff away...

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