Expectations have an incredible way of influencing behavior & experiences! This collection covers a variety of ideas & insight into how we can better understand & communicate our own expectations to the benefit of our families & those around us.
Read Karissa's Article to find out how she expects and challenges her kids to behave in public
If you aren’t having your tweens & teens cook dinner for the family regularly, you are doing them & yourselves a disservice! It really does make life easier! Read Joanne's article to find out how to start this fun, educational, & time-saving task
Enjoy this free printable chore chart that is broken down by age, and find out what benefits come along with teaching your children to be more responsible
Unfortunately we can't always say "Yes" to our kids. Read Joanne's article for 5 amazing & very easy responses that will clearly explain your decision to your children in a way that they will understand
Read Stephanie's article to learn the Dos and Don'ts of praising your child, and find out how to build them up in a way that actually matters
Print out this free Parent Report Card, & give your children a chance to reverse the roles a bit 🙂
Read Shari's Article about how her motherhood experience between baby #1 & baby #2 was drastically different because of her own expectations.
Family conversation starters to help prompt conversation around this collection's topic of expectations.
Read examples of the expectations Karissa asks of her kids before they arrive at a new destination
Check out over 60 useful printables available for you to save and use at your convenience!
Featured Contributor: Joanne JarrettI am a family physician turned stay at home mom and have recently entered the clothing industry. I am developing Shelfies, a line of women's loungewear that will revolutionize what you wear in the No Bra Zone. Visit shelfieshoppe.com to follow the journey and receive a secret code for free shipping!
Featured Contributor: Stephanie OrtegaStephanie is a behavior analyst and tutor with over a decade of experience in helping children. She creates planners and worksheets for the organizer within us all, maintains a blog, and runs two start-ups. She's also a doodler and puppy and cat mom who enjoys travel and learning new things.
Featured Contributor: Lindsey CoverLindsey Cover is a work-at-home wife and mom of two young boys, Jadon and Owen. She blogs about affordable healthy living, money-saving methods, simple recipes, and more at SimpleSaverWife.com