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FEAR can mean: Forget Everything And Run or Reframe: Face Everything And Recover

I live my life by this! My senior quote was Eleanor Roosevelt& & must do the things you think you cannot do& Fear is an indicator of where you need to push your limits.

And amen

Speak to your child with grace. Inspire them to become who they really are. You are the biggest influence & voice in their lives (parents, teachers, family). Speak words of life Children, tomorrow's future. Invest in the next generation.

The Importance and Power of Play -  quote from plato

What is PLAY? The Importance and Power of Play

A Lifetime of Yes Moments: 5 Tips for saying yes via Let's Lasso the Moon. So easy to automatically say no with a toddler in tow - this is a great reminder.

A Lifetime of Yes Moments

by Amy Krouse Rosenthal) Children don’t need non-stop preposterous yes, yes, yes, for a full day. Children need a lifetime of small “yes moments.

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38 Most Inspiring Travel Quotes of All Time

10 simple things - READ ALL LATER

Ten simple ways to connect with your child. Each week for the next ten weeks, I’ll be sharing one simple idea that you can implement right now, to foster a more connected relationship with your child.

PARENTING  The Train Analogy That Will Completely Change How You See Your Crying Child   Katie M. McLaughlin 52 Comments  This content may contain affiliate links. Sign up to get new posts from Pick Any Two delivered straight to your inbox!  email address  SUBSCRIBE My 4-year-old was climbing into bed, his face turned away from me and toward the wall, when he asked the question.  “Where’s Glenn?”  His tone made the question sound like an afterthought, but I know better. Glenn is the opposite…

This Train Analogy Will Completely Change How You See Your Crying Child

This train analogy will totally change the way you relate to your crying child. Such a great parenting article filled with positive parenting tips and advice! A must-read for all moms and dads.

Understanding Life....

Life is too ironic to fully understand. It takes sadness to know what happiness is. Noise to appreciate silence & absence to value presence. So true