Wednesday, September 21, 2011

WINNER UPDATE! Love and Logic Speed-E Solutions..and a Giveaway!

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UPDATE: Winner Announced!
The winner is...Sandy! Sandy, email me and let me know which Speed-E Solution you want!
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First of all, this is not a sponsored post. I I just want to share the love! And it will make me feel better if a bunch of you say you need parenting help too.

If you have read my blog at all, you know what a fan I am of Love and Logic Parenting. I have found so many ideas and strategies from reading the books to listening to the cds. Now I have found a new way to soak up all of their parenting advice.

Love and Logic has started selling Speed-E Solutions online. You can download them in mp3 format and listen to them on your computer, ipod or phone. I just bought When Your Kids Get Defiant the other day and listened to it while at the gym.

Not because I have a defiant child. Nope. My kids are perfect little angels. I did it for blog research.

Anyway.

I love how easy the downloadable lessons make it to get parenting advice. It's a nice little reminder to turn on when things are getting, um, rough at home.

I wanted to share my excitement by purchasing a Speed-E Solutions for one of you! You pick which one you want and I'll buy it for you. Just tell me which one you want in the comments and why and you are entered to win!

Pick your Speed-E Solution here!

Deadline for entries is Tuesday, September 20th at 9pm. Because I'm old and that's my bedtime.

One comment per family please!

Oh, and if you want to get a copy of my favorite book, order it below! *affiliate link*

13 comments:

  1. I would enjoy the Creating Effective Consequences!

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  2. I choose-POTTY TRAINING! :-) Although, I'm pretty sure if I just wait, James will train himself!  I loved the Love & Logic Book, and look forward to winning the drawing! Y-E-A-H.....

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  3. I love your optimism! Good luck with the potty training!

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  4. I would have a hard time choosing between Taming the Technology Monster in your home and Success with Chronically Disruptive Students.

    We have 3 teens now, and though they are great, responsive kids, one in particular (the 17 yr old) knows how to get around our attempts at parent computer time-usage controls. I have to find a solution (consequence) because to me it's like saying "no you may not drive the car", and having him take the car keys just because they're hanging there on the wall hook. Just because he *can* get on his computer any time (I have no idea how), doesn't mean it's ok.

    Ultimately, I most want the Speed-E Solution for Chronically Disruptive, since this behavior of 1 of my kids is really upsetting 1 of my other kids.  I think we've made inroads, using a Love & Logic book, but we could use some more help in making sure the household is a safe, comfortable place for each kiddo.

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  5. Wow, sounds like you need both! Thankfully they are only $5 a piece which I love because it's such a small price to pay for such great advice! I might just go myself all of them! I hope you can find some answers to such tough parenting situations! xo

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  6. Wow, that is a hard choice! There are so many I could use. When your kids get defiant or Chronically disruptive students.....martha(at)lclink(dot)com

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  7. Potty Training! We're just starting it and already hitting a bunch of bumps in the road! Any help would be great!

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  8. I'll have to look at your site a little closer.  There must be something to read that doesn't pertain to children since I don't have any.  I saw a recipe I think I could be interested in seeing again, it had something to do with chicken.  I cook a lot of chicken and am always looking for new ways to cook it.  Your site is attractively done and has a lot to offer.

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  9. Oh there is a lot of stuff other than parenting advice! Look for the search button on the right sidebar and type chicken, you'll find some recipes there! Thanks for checking my blog out!

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  10. Potty training seems to be a popular one! Good luck!

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  11. They are both really great. I have listened to the defiant one over and over again trying to train myself in how to handle it!

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  12. Hi Tasha, Thanks again! I'm very excited to have won a Speed-E Solution, and the Success with Chronically Disruptive Students session was packed with great information.  In the 30 minute recording, I took two pages of notes.  It is geared for teachers, but I'll be able to apply the good advice at home, since I think it's all applicable to any multiple-kid situation.  

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  13. I'm so glad you got so much great advice from it! I think I'll have to do this kind of giveaway again. I just love seeing parents armed with fresh ideas!

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Every single comment is like a little present I anticipate as I unwrap it. Thanks for making my day!