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Grandparents who spoil their grandchildren despite how the parents might feel

Raising respectful, independent, and loving children is hard enough — especially in a society that promotes possessions and propaganda. Parents try to teach their children that despite what they see on social media, they must maintain a certain level of self-respect and earn everything they receive in life. This lesson isn’t always easy, but what makes it more challenging are ...

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Family-Friendly Summer Smoothies

Summer is here and there is nothing like a cool and soothing smoothie to take the edge off the heat. When it’s too darned hot to eat solid food, why not blend it up and pour it into a frosty glass? The whole family can enjoy slurping down the iced shakes. You say you’ve never made a smoothie? If you ...

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Should You Feed You Family Beef?

As moms concerned with good health, we have been indoctrinated — probably by our own moms — to browbeat our kids into eating their veggies. Of course, that is a good thing to do. However, that does not mean you are a “bad mom,” if you are like this ol’ gal and enjoy eating and serving your family a steak ...

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Getting Physical With Your Family for Fun and Good Health!

With all the rushing and hustle-bustle of trying to keep up with our fast-paced world, it may seem like we are all dancing to that great song from the movie Madagascar – “Move it- Move it!” But more often than not, only the hands of the clock are  “moving”  for both kids and adults, along with only eyeballs and fingers ...

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How To Deal With Disrespectful Children

As parents, we often find it a bit challenging to balance our love for our children and our need to handle them appropriately when they get out of line with us. We brought them into the world, so we care about their feelings and their happiness. Sometimes, we allow them to disrespect us because we don’t want to treat them ...

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What Discipline Works for Kids with Behavioral Problems?

There was a time when discipline, particularly in schools, was swift and heavy-handed. But, those were also simpler times with much clearer standards. Standards today are no longer clear. Kids today pick up on “I don’t care” attitudes at school where their environments are often full of bullying, aggression, defiant attitudes, not to mention anxiety and stress. The Consciousness Discipline ...

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The Danger Of Puddle Jumpers

Remember that game you played as a child – generally in gym class or some kind of summer camp? The one in which you stand on some sort of box or podium, close your eyes, and fall backward with the sheer hope that the people below you would catch you? It was a practice build to evoke trust in your ...

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Teaching Your Kids Values And Morals

I know this website is entitled “Conservative Moms.” But, the truth is, left or right, conservative or liberal, there are certain positive values and attitudes we ALL want to instill in all of our kids, so that they grow up to be good human beings and positive, productive members of society. Remember, children are like little sponges — they pick ...

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How Parents Set Bad Examples For Their Children

It would be a wonderful thing to say that all parents are responsible, caring, and dedicated to their children. It would also be nice to say that most parents serve as the best examples for their children. Unfortunately, this is not always the case in either scenario. There are some parents out there that are the worst examples for their ...

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How To Be The Parent You Always Wanted To Be

I have heard many a mom describe her vision of the parent she wanted to be as “rosy, perfect, the kitchen overflowing with bowls of ripe organic fruits, poop never accidentally decorating my shirt, time to shower every day…” However, reality eventually sets in and the only time you seem to be able to find those amazing, beautiful, and transformative ...

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