I was supposed to publish this roundup last weekend, but had some rather severe trouble with 2 email accounts that got hacked and used to send out spam. Not just a little spam….more like 60,000 messages were sent. Oy. I think everything is cleaned up and locked down, and I am still working my way through every password I can find to make it stronger.
So much fun. You wish you were me, don’t you?
So! Let’s dig into some parenting links. This month’s theme was Teenagers. Not exactly an easy topic. I should know, I live with a couple of them. I have to admit I’m kinda glad they’re boys because I know I would really get into trouble with girls. I’m just too blunt for girls. Although it would force me to do a lot of growing, having girls. A LOT of growing. Wow. Hats off to the parents of girls.
Aaaand without further ado. I bring you, the Parenting Link Roundup.
Welcome to the May 31, 2013 edition of parenting link roundup. Shelby Martin presents 4 Reasons to Say “I’m Sorry” to Your Children posted at GoNannies.com Blog, saying, “A lot of parents feel that apologizing sends a message of weakness and ineffectiveness to their children. However, there are some really great arguments for why parents should say they are sorry to their child when the parent has done something wrong.”
Jana presents How To Set You And Your Children Up For Success posted at Blog, saying, “Raising children can be easy and effortless when we set them and ourselves up for success. Here are several tips that will help parents create a more efficient environment for both themselves and their children.”
Carter White presents 10 Common Causes for Teenage Depression posted at Babysitting, saying, “After noticing the signs of depression in your teen and helping him to get the treatment he needs, understanding the root of his depression can help to make the situation more manageable for everyone involved.”
Amritorupa Kanjilal presents Five Tricks to Get Your Child To Brush Their Teeth posted at The Bea’s Knees: Health & Living, saying, “Tips to help children have better oral hygene”
Jeff Moore presents 10 Crazy Lies Most Teenagers Tell posted at Babysitting Jobs, saying, “Teenagers have a tendency to bend the truth to the breaking point sometimes. While there are as many falsehoods as there are teens to spread them, there are a few crazy lies that seem to crop up more often than others.”
Mr.CBB presents Teenage Pregnancy: Couple Makes Amazing Life Changes and A Budget! posted at Canadian Budget Binder, saying, “An amazing story about 2 teens who overcame all the obstacles that teen parents are faced with. They are still married today and live comfortably in their home with not much debt on their minds due to the decisions they made along the way. It’s detailed in this post, an inspiring read.”
Earnest Parenting: help for parents who have teens.