Julie Cheimara

Julie Cheimara

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Do you recognize the need to build up your children every day, too? This list of phrases will encourage the child who hears them from a sincere parent.  There are so many “voices” in this world telling our kids they don’t measure up. Behind every young child who believes in him, is a parent who believed in him first. Let’s go on the offensive and help our girls and boys see how truly wonderful they are. ~ Club31Women:

Do you recognize the need to build up your children every day, too? This list of phrases will encourage the child who hears them from a sincere parent. There are so many voices in this world telling our kids they dont measure up. Behind every young ch

Pea fritters are a great little finger food, ideal for baby led weaning (blw) Brilliant for pack lunch boxes and can be frozen.

Pea fritters are a great little finger food, ideal for baby led weaning (blw) Brilliant for pack lunch boxes and can be frozen. No feta necessary, add mint for flavor.

Need ideas quickly? We've got 20 family recipes for baby led weaning - perfect for finger foods too! Hidden veggie meatballs, baby friendly curry and more.

We've got 20 family recipes for baby led weaning - perfect for finger foods too! Hidden veggie meatballs, baby friendly curry and more.

Over 20 of the BEST Muffin Tin Recipes for Kids!

Over 20 of the BEST Muffin Tin Recipes for Kids - everything from Pizza, Sloppy Joes, Mac & Cheese, Cheeseburgers, Tacos and more!

Kids not listening? Your kids will listen if you use these two strategies. Great positive parenting strategies for parents with young kids, toddlers, and preschoolers.

Great reminder: Kids not listening? Your kids will listen if you use these two strategies. Great positive parenting strategies for parents with young kids, toddlers, and preschoolers.

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Scared to talk to your kids about sex? Yeah, every parent feels that way. How do we bring up the topic? How do we make sure we’re not sharing “too much, too soo