Paula Sullivan
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Rachel came up with a great idea to make a Chore Chart for her kids. This determines how much TV time her kids get…now her kids are fighting over who gets to do what chores. I love it!! So easy and you can get a bag of those Wood Craft Sticks for $5.95 from amazon.

Rachel came up with a great idea to make a Chore Chart for her kids. This determines how much TV time her kids get…now her kids are fighting over who gets to do what chores. I love it!! So easy and you can get a bag of those Wood Craft Sticks for $5.95 from amazon.

Kids Chore Chart: I like this one because it has a fines area. That way even if the kids do the activity if it isn't done when or how you would like there is a consequence. Plus my kids like seeing their money add up and having one big payday. It really is working well for us.

Kids Chore Chart: I like this one because it has a fines area. That way even if the kids do the activity if it isn't done when or how you would like there is a consequence. Plus my kids like seeing their money add up and having one big payday. It really is working well for us.

Garlic and Paprika Chicken - Deliciously baked crispy, juicy and tender chicken drumsticks with a garlic and smoked paprika sauce.

Garlic and Paprika Chicken - Deliciously baked crispy, juicy and tender chicken drumsticks with a garlic and smoked paprika sauce.

Parenting a toddler certainly has it's ups and downs. All of the parenting and disciplining can get exhausting and you may start to feel like all you're ever saying to your toddler is, "No." Luckily, there are some other ways to say "no" to your child without actually saying the word. Not only is it better for both you and your child not to hear that word all the time, but these ways help your child feel more understood and validated. Here are 8 ways.

Parenting a toddler certainly has it's ups and downs. All of the parenting and disciplining can get exhausting and you may start to feel like all you're ever saying to your toddler is, "No." Luckily, there are some other ways to say "no" to your child without actually saying the word. Not only is it better for both you and your child not to hear that word all the time, but these ways help your child feel more understood and validated. Here are 8 ways.