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Parenting at the Speed of Life

Parenting at the Speed of Life

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by Rick Osborne
Want to make the most of your parenting role? Parenting at the Speed of Life: 60 Ways to Capture Time with Your Kids helps parents connect with their kids in the ordinary moments of each day—without having to gather supplies or plan activities. Written by best-selling author and father of three Rick Osborne, Parenting at the Speed of Life is

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Parenting at the Speed of Life 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was great! We are finding that implimenting many of the ideas are simple and really do not take a lot of time. I would highly recommend this book for anybody with children.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Excellent ideas in this book. Easy to put into practice in our own families. Well done!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Mr. Osbourne does a terrific job of presenting simple and quick ideas to improve parenting skills that anyone raising kids will find useful. He substantiates the ideas with real-life experiences and examples from his own family. The book is written in an exceptionally concise and easy-to-read format, with each idea written within a two-page chapter. The book reinforces the fact that good parenting results from the quality of time spent with children rather than the quantity of time.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I received my copy directly from the author and was genuinely impressed and surprised by how this book and its concepts have changed my family! As my son approaches the 'tween' age years, I know that we have such an open communication and honest relationship, part of which is due to trying some of the ideas in this book. I have noticed a closer relationship with a lot of laughs and affection. I not only feel a family-parent relationship with him, but a friend relationship with him as well. We honestly enjoy spending time together. It's not the big 'things' that make our relationship better, it's the one minute that we have a face-making contest, or the trip to the store where we sing opera together (jokingly, of course), or the few minutes at bedtime where we catch up on each other's days and share our joys and hurts. The little moments are what our kids are going to remember. I really appreciate this book, and highly recommend it to anyone with kids, from babies to college-aged and beyond. Believe me, it'll help.