Are you on Pinterest? So am I! I decided to connect our love of Pinterest with a giveaway this week! I’m giving away one copy of If I Have to Tell You One More Time… just for having some fun on Pinterest!
All you have to is Repin some of our blog posts and you could win your own copy of If I Have to tell You One More Time… You can enter twice each day. Click on the widget below for details and to enter.
If I Have to Tell You One More Time…The Revolutionary Program That Gets Your Kids To Listen is a must have for the parenting toolbox. Using simple, true-to-life scenarios and lots of proven strategies, the book presents 23 crucial tools and tactics guaranteed to get kids to listen without nagging, reminding, or yelling – no small feat for the modern parent.
So get ready to start Pinning and start winning!
Praise for If I Have to Tell You One More Time…The Revolutionary Program That Gets Your Kids To Listen:
“Amy McCready’s encouragement and practical steps will work wonders for building, correcting, and strengthening a positive, healthy connection between parents and children. This book is a gift for parents everywhere.”
- Amy and Marc Vachon, AUTHORS OF EQUALLY SHARED PARENTING
“When it comes to helping parents with the day-to-day challenges of raising kids—from managing meltdowns to getting children to do their chores—few books can compete with this one in terms of practical, clear, and wonderfully wise advice.”
- Annie Pleshette Murphy, parenting expert ABC News NOW
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