Untitled Document
home - hitched and marriagethreshold - marriagelife and marriagemoney and marriagesex and marriagemarried life - social network for marriage
 
Ninja Mom Tricks: Reduce Yelling & Get Your Kids to Listen the First Time!
A few simple tricks will help save your voice and get your kids on the same page.

Most parents I know feel like their kids donít listen to them, at least not the first, second, or third time they ask them to do something. Our children are our mirrors for the good and the bad, so this is a perfect opportunity to think about whether we as parents are modeling good listening skills for our kids. Doing so shows them the way we want them to listen to us. Are we making eye contact with our kids when we talk to them and maintaining presence? Are we letting them finish their sentences without being interrupted and making sure they feel heard?
...Read More

The Four Advantages to Having a Blended Family
Blending your family provides some added benefits for you and your kids.
3 Questions to Bring You Back From Digital to Real Life
Technology is pervasive, which has made it easier than ever to disconnect from in-person bonds while we're connected. Here are a few questions to ask.
A Simple Newborn Sleep Guide
An author and editor of Babywise shares simple tips on the importance of sleep and how to make it happen.




Stay Connected with Hitched
Be a Fan on Facebook Follow Editor on Twitter
Join our Google+ Circle Follow our Boards on Pinterest
Get Married Life on iPhone Subscribe to Podcast
Subscribe to Hitched RSS Sign Up for Newsletters





threshold     |     life     |     money     |     sex     |     blog     |     married life social network     |     partners     |    directory     |    wine club     |
podcasts     |     newsletters     |     subscribe     |     advertise     |    contact us     |   press releases     |     archives    |         privacy policy    |     search powered by
Copyright © 2015 Hitched Media, Inc. All rights reserved. | hitched - entertains, educates & inspires marriages