Sharing Sundays #2

Happy Sunday! In the second round of Sharing Sunday – here are a few articles and posts I came across in the past week that I really enjoyed:

From Parenting from scratch: Children need encouragement, a lot of it, not to be confused with praise…Here is a great list of encouragement phrases to use with children daily.

In the Daily Herald, Ken Potts shares why “There is never a good reason to hit a child.” Although I don’t agree with everything he says, I feel he can reach a really broad audience with his take on this.  I do agree with “All of us as responsible parents need to put this knowledge to use.”

This account from Critters & Crayons made me laugh so much, a great illustration that we cannot control our children, just circumstances and sometimes ” When you’re stuck in a line with packages the size of your body […] it is party time, people.  It is party time.You should just start apologizing to folks as you walk through the door.” Read more…

From the Leaky Boob – something I would love to see become a reality – no more need to write about Breastfeeding in Public because it should just be normal and not an issue of decency or appropriateness.


Sunday Surf with Authentic Parenting and Hobo MamaI’m joining Authentic Parenting and Hobo Mama for Sunday Surf. Share your best reading of the week, and link up your post at either blog!

For more great reading, visit Hobo Mama or Authentic Parenting for the latest Sunday Surf and linky.

Happy Surfing!

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Ariadne is a happy and busy mama to three children. She practices peaceful, playful, responsive parenting and is passionate about all things parenting and chocolate. Ariadne has a Masters in Psychology and is a certified Positive Discipline Parenting Educator. She lives on top of a beautiful mountain with her family, and one cuddly dog.

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