4 edition of Parenting one day at a time found in the catalog.
Parenting one day at a time
Alex J. Packer
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Alex J. Packer.|
|LC Classifications||HV5132 .P33 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 290 p. :|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||95039374|
While alone time may be in short supply, there are ways to make even 30 minutes a day special, said Wale Okerayi, a licensed mental health counselor currently in Houston. Parenting is a challenge. We all have our bad days. We all have those moments when we wish we had a rewind button. Parenting isn’t about perfection – it is about intention. Identify your parenting intentions – and take one day at a time – that is what good parenting is all about! This list is .
possible for both parents to contribute, although in different ways, to the growth of their children. The author and THE COLORADO FOUNDATION FOR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN would like thank: M. Arden Hauer, Christopher Hardaway and Cindy Stevens for their hard work editing this workbook, Angela Arkin for the information she has provided; Jenna Friederich Davis and Jim Garcia of the Colorado. How a story book is teaching year olds the basics of coding, one activity at a time Titled 'Yash and Yashika Learn about Coding', the book is aimed at giving kids of ages four to six years a taste of coding, without the complexities of actual computer programming, but with the same rules.
The Little Black Book of Parenting Secrets. The book of parenting secrets had been published in by the W. J. H. Litho Company, a religious supplier based in New York dating back to the early 20 th century. Opening its tattered pages, I could see my dad had spent considerable time in it. Three chapters were especially marked up. The subtitle, A Parenting Plan to Last a Lifetime, identifies the second broad theme of this book. The only parenting plan that lasts a lifetime is one that grows and changes along with children.
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