‘Hold On To Your Kids’ – A Book Summary

Hold On To Your Kids explains what is foundational to what it means to be human, what a child needs to thrive. And if that foundation becomes lost, this book

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What I Want My Daughters to Know

Your heart and your character are far more important to me than marks or medals. You took big gouges out of my selfishness. I will always be thankful for you

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I Give My Kids Treats and TV, And It Turns Out They Aren’t Ruined

I give my kids treats. I myself love a good chunk of chocolate. Or chips. Or cookie. Or ice cream. They see me inhale them as I chug my mug

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The Small Kid No-Screen Roadtrip

We drive a lot. It is a function of our life. Up until recently, we lived rural and needed to drive an hour for groceries. Our friends and family are

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What Leonardo da Vinci Taught Me About Parenting

A subtle lesson from Leonardo da Vinci might be exactly what you need on back to-school-week.

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If You Feel Like You Are Wrecking Your Kids

You lost your temper. You need some space. You didn’t serve a vegetable today at supper. You chose to turn on the TV instead of read them books. You haven’t folded socks in months. There’re playdough bits on the floor from yesterday. You don’t do all you think you should. You think you are wrecking your kids.

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Talk To Your Kids

Intentionally making kid-conversation takes effort. Try taking a break from Adult-ese and speak their language. The fruits of that effort will be shaping their brains to make life-giving attachments in the future.

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Dear Dads,

You are seen. You are loved. You are appreciated. You are adored. And we need you.

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The Respiration of a Parent’s Mental Health

Being a parent doesn’t mean that you have to forget yourself. Forgetting yourself is the only sure way you will lose yourself.

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