Fed up with the constant arguing and feeling like you can't get ahead of your three-year-old's constantly changing wants, needs, and opinions? Would you love to have a pause button when your little one is throwing a tantrum at the supermarket? Do you find yourself losing your temper when your kids misbehave and no matter how many times you remind them, they just keep doing the things you want them to stop doing?
"Good pointers for new parents!"
Forget everything you thought you knew about how to motivate your child - at school and at home, or to simply get them to listen to you. Unlock the power of routines for a greater family life, to raise responsible children, and to enjoy hassle-free days! The secret to good behavior and self-confidence, or even high performance, has little to do with attention or talent. It lies mainly with what we repeatedly and regularly do.
"Kid's learn by Example - Routines - Habits"
This collection of classic Christmas tales is a delightful celebration of Christmas and the joyful spirit of giving. "What Christmas is as We Grow Older" is Charles Dicken's touching essay on the true meaning of charity; "Christmas Day" is a delightful story of a young boy's willingness to sacrifice skating with his friends to help an old woman; "The Little Match Girl" is the heart-wrenching classic about a poor little match girl, cold and alone on the streets on Christmas Eve; and "The Greatest of These" is an upbeat, inspiring story of a pair of farmers who bring Christmas to a poor neighbor's family.