Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Childhood 101?s Popular Posts 2012: Talking Parenting

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The busy juggle of this year saw me regularly questioning if I had the balance right between family, home, work and just ?life,? and led to me creating the Living Your Best Family Life series of posts. Working through many of my own parenting dilemmas as part of the series has helped me no end to feel that I am coping better as a parent and that we are in fact on the path to living a great life together as a family. Don?t get me wrong, I often don?t get it right but I am thankful that I am not on this journey alone ? that so many of you are working through solutions to similar questions. There are times when parenting can be hard work but maintaining a sense of positivity and perspective seems so much easier with the support of others. I hope this collection of posts helps you to feel inspired and supported to keep fighting the good fight as we head into 2013. Happy New Year everyone!

Being a Mindful Mum in a Busy World

5 Ways to Change the Tone of Your Day

Making Everyday Living Fun: Mamabaking

Enriching the Life of an Only Child

Energy Boosting Tips for Busy Mamas

9 Ways to Find More Time for the Things You Want to Do

10 Tips for Cultivating a Happy Home

Things I Had Forgotten About Life With a Newborn

6 Tips for Baby Wearing

Parenting is Not a Test: Becoming the Parent I Am

?parenting with positive guidance

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Christie Burnett is an early childhood teacher, presenter, writer and the editor of Childhood 101. More importantly, she is a Mum who believes wholeheartedly in the value of children learning through play, the importance of quality early education, and the togetherness of family. Read more of Christie's adventures at http://childhood101.com.

Source: http://childhood101.com/2012/12/popular-posts-2012-talking-parenting/

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