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Tagged With: complaining

Can the Complaining

Neither of my girls are big fans of school. There are a lot of reasons for this. They’re both active kids who don’t really like to sit still. Neither of them enjoys the drama that enters into girl relationships. They’re both smart kids who don’t really enjoy the slow pace of learning in a large … Continue reading »

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Learning Not to Whine

We’re spending a couple of days with my extended family, so I’m taking a two-day break. The extended time we spend with our kids in the summer means whining and complaining are more noticeable. Enjoy this post from the archives on curbing complaining and don’t forget to enter the giveaway from Friday’s post. My children … Continue reading »

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Focus on the Good Stuff

It’s been a long school year for my oldest daughter. After having a fantastic fourth-grade year, her fifth-grade experience hasn’t been that great. She’s handling the schoolwork fine, but she’s not really engaged in her classroom and the girl drama factor has increased ten-fold. About a month ago, I noticed that our mornings were going … Continue reading »

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Would You Like Some Cheese to Go With That Whine?

My children are champion complainers. I think all children are. Sometimes it seems like no matter what you do with and for your kids, they can always find something to complain about. And it can make you want to throw your hands up in frustration. Last night, my youngest daughter had hockey practice — outside. … Continue reading »

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