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Raising World Changers by Kristen Welch

I want my kids to grow up to be world changers.  That’s why I am so happy to bring you this guest post by my friend, Kristen Welch from We are That Family.  She has a new bo that launches today, Raising World Changers In A Changing World… Our world […]

 

Video: 4 quick tips to help your kids obey

Would you like to go to the grocery store without a meltdown? Would it be refreshing to have kids who obey what you say? Here are 4 quick tips to help your kids obey. These ideas and can be found in come Parents Rising: 8 Strategies for Raising Kids […]

 

What’s Your Top Parenting Problem?

What’s your top parenting problem? Parenting can seem like an uphill lonely battle some days, but your struggle is not unique.  I know in the moment, you may feel like your child is the only one to ________ (fill in the blank).  But you probably only have to walk a […]

 

News Clip: Take a spring break from technology

This week, I was interviewed by CBS News in San Diego.  Here’s my segment with Heather Myers of News 8 Morning Extra about my new bo Parents Rising and taking a break from technology. CBS News 8 – San Diego, CA News Station – KFMB Channel 8 And if you […]

 

Parents Rising Book Launch and Manifesto

Today is launch day for my new bo, Parents Rising: 8 Strategies for Raising Kids Who Love God, Respect Authority, and Value What’s Right.   Wahoo!! I invite you to order a copy today! Buy on   Buy on Barnes & Noble  Buy on ChristianBo.com Buy on Walmart  I’m so excited […]

 

Parenting is Not a Democracy

Parenting is not a democracy.  My husband James has jed it’s like a benevolent dictatorship! I’m not saying you shouldn’t consider your children’s opinions and preferences. I’m not saying the family meeting doesn’t have a place. What I am saying is you don’t have to put everything to a […]

 

Why Did I Write Parents Rising?

I was sitting upstairs when my kitchen timer downstairs started beeping.  At first I ignored it.  I figured it would eventually stop beeping. But after my concentration had been hijacked for too long, I ran downstairs to turn it off. That’s a word picture of why I decided to write […]