Staying Acquainted with Your Daughter

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    Change happens. Whether we like it or not, our little girl is growing up! In our Beautiful Girlhood/ The Companion Guide to Beautiful Girlhood, you can examine the different facets of transition your daughter is facing. She is experiencing so many changes in her body, in her thinking, and even in her feelings.  (You can find out so …

Four Tools to Bond With Your Daughter

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For many of you, a change in season signals a new beginning of sorts. Many of us are yearning for a change in the way we interact with our daughter, a change in negative patterns we have established and are perhaps passing down.  It is a new season of spending time with your daughters. If we were to put a …

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Four Step Plan for Time with your Daughter

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Hey there Mama, I am talking to you… you are the one with a ‘tweenage daughter who is transforming before your very eyes.  This New Years, have you taken a long, hard look at your life and wish you could have a better relationship with your daughter than you did last year? Do you look back on the past year …

Ideas for One-On-One Time

Ideas for One-On-One Time with Your Daughter

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Let me love you a little longer before you’re not little anymore… January makes me reflective. I distinctly remember glancing at my then twelve-year-old girl’s face and, I caught a fleeting glimpse of who she would be when grown into a woman.  That was 20 plus years ago, but this memory of the-future-her is etched into my mind. It was …