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Category Archives: Discipline
Ring in peace — literally. I gifted myself early this year with these seemingly magical chimes. Called ZENERGY chimes, these chimes are so well crafted that the tone resonates with perfect clarity and seem to have the effect of cleansing … Continue reading
How long until school starts? No, not in hours, but for those of you who knew, this post is for you. Well, to tell the truth, I don’t know how many hours until school starts, but this post is really … Continue reading
Watching the opening ceremonies and the first events of the Olympics has been inspiring. One of my favorite moments was the clip with the Queen and her arrival into the stadium by parachute. I liked her stoicism and hearing that … Continue reading
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This post is for anyone who is dealing with a difficult child. All kids have difficult moments, but if your child has impulsive anger issues and massive tantrums at an inappropriate age (5+ probably) then this may help you. For … Continue reading
In case you missed my last 2 posts, I have the Power of Words on my mind. Two weeks ago I wrote about the Power of Words and the value of teaching our kids how to give sincere compliments and … Continue reading
Our blog is called “Five Real Moms” for a reason. We are real moms with real challenges and real aspirations. We have real hopes and dreams and just as real stumbling blocks and trials. Today, I hope to share a … Continue reading
Tonight I had an epiphany. Okay, it wasn’t anything new or original, but it is life-changing. My son left for school this morning angry. When I wouldn’t allow him to take a set of paint brushes to school (in obedience … Continue reading
Several weeks ago, my husband and I were getting things ready for a little road trip we were taking to pick up our girls from grandma’s house. We wanted to bring a movie for them to watch in the car, … Continue reading