Teaching Your Child Not To Tease

Are Your Kids Teasing Each Other?

I’ve been thinking about the topic of teasing recently because our two boys (currently 3 ½ and 2 ½) are starting to tease each other more. They get along very well, and most of the time their teasing is playful. I hope it stays that way. But they’re already starting once in a while to…

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Teaching Your Child How to Pray

I LOVE hearing my three year old pray. There is something so special and endearing in hearing such a tiny voice talking to God. Granted, he might not fully understand what he’s saying, but I think the tender sweetness of a child’s prayer is enough to more than melt God’s heart. No matter how young…

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Helping Your Child Assess Risks Before Jumping In

  So, as we’ve already discussed in Parts 1 and 2 of this series, risk taking is beneficial for a child’s development, and there 12 simple ways you can provide your child with opportunities to take risks. You’re still missing one thing: teaching your child how to effectively assess risks before getting involved. Many children are…

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12 Ways to Help Your Child Take Risks

Do you want your child to take risks to enhance their development? Be the first to help them. Taking risks doesn’t mean just jumping into a risky situation head first. Effective risk taking requires self-confidence and a variety of skills that you can help your child develop. Here are 12 ways to give your child…

Coming Soon: Catechetical Resources

One thing that has always amazed me about God is how versatile he is. He can fill the hearts of people living a poor, simple life. They don’t need an education to know God exists – they experience him in the simplicity of their daily lives. They know that he is truth, goodness and love,…