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simplicity parenting?

Posted by on Jul. 9, 2014 at 10:35 PM
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Has anyone here read it? My friend lent me her good copy, she refers to this book a lot. I have already been trying to change our home, but this book has been motivating me even more. I want a peaceful home, it seems far from it at the moment. Does anyone have any practical tips that worked for your family to make a peaceful.home?
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bloomsr
by Bronze Member on Jul. 10, 2014 at 1:28 AM
We have been working towards getting rid of half of our toys and paring down kids clothing to 5-6 bottoms, 8-10 shirts, 3 pair Jammie's, 3 sweatshirts and 7 pair undies and socks.

It is much easier to pick up at the end of the day. I plan to do another "halving" the toys in a month or two. Take it day by day.

Who is the author of the book? It sounds like a good read!
Precious333
by Gold Member on Jul. 10, 2014 at 11:26 AM
Kim John Payne and Lisa M. Ross. It's a great read so far!

Quoting bloomsr: We have been working towards getting rid of half of our toys and paring down kids clothing to 5-6 bottoms, 8-10 shirts, 3 pair Jammie's, 3 sweatshirts and 7 pair undies and socks.

It is much easier to pick up at the end of the day. I plan to do another "halving" the toys in a month or two. Take it day by day.

Who is the author of the book? It sounds like a good read!
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