If your child is a picky eater, here are some tips for the next time your child starts complaining about what's on the menu.
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Despite our best efforts, trials are sure to come! Whether in parenting, marriage or work, we can choose to resist or embrace the chances to grow.
It's important for our children to hear us apologize for our actions when we are wrong. This encourages good behavior and shows our children that even we—as parents—sometimes mess up too.
Our children’s greatest influence are us—their parents. Make sure you are doing your part to ensure that your child develops into the incredible individual they were created to be.
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