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365 Ways to Say "I Love You" to Your Kids

by Jay Payleitner
     
 

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Parents adore their kids, but expressions of love can get lost in the mayhem of carpools, diaper changes, and afterschool activity schedules. Jay Payleitner, author of 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad and proud father of five, inspires parents to turn love into an action verb with 365 simple and doable ideas:

  • Call your children out on the front

Overview

Parents adore their kids, but expressions of love can get lost in the mayhem of carpools, diaper changes, and afterschool activity schedules. Jay Payleitner, author of 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad and proud father of five, inspires parents to turn love into an action verb with 365 simple and doable ideas:

  • Call your children out on the front lawn to see a double rainbow.
  • Let them see you reading your Bible and praying. Often.
  • Learn to say "I love you" in different languages...and say it.
  • Offer to do the dishes when it's their turn at the sink.
  • Find an article or website about something they like and share it with them

New and seasoned parents (or grandparents) will appreciate these silly to serious suggestions that lead to joy, laughter, and connection one loving moment at a time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780736944731
Publisher:
Harvest House Publishers
Publication date:
08/01/2011
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
702,906
Product dimensions:
4.00(w) x 5.90(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Jay Payleitner is one of the top freelance Christian radio producers in the United States. He has worked on Josh McDowell Radio, Today's Father, Jesus Freaks Radio for the Voice of the Martyrs, Project Angel Tree with Chuck Colson, and many others. He's also a popular speaker on parenting and marriage and the author of dozen-plus books, including the bestselling 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad, 52 Things Wives Need from a Husband, and 52 Things Sons Need from Their Dad; he also created "The Dad Manifesto." Jay has also served as an AWANA director, a wrestling coach, and the executive director of the Illinois Fatherhood Initiative; he now partners with the National Center for Fathering, whose efforts he fosters and promotes. He and his wife, Rita, live near Chicago, where they've raised five great kids and loved on ten foster babies.

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