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    Summary Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children [Tom Sturges] epub Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children Read online Tom Sturges Í 6 Download Divorced dad of two sons executive coach and teacher Tom Sturges wrote a collection of parenting rules to live by The book

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    [Tom Sturges] epub Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children Read online Tom Sturges Í 6 Download One might wonder why a mother of three would pick up this book I wondered that myself at first But with my older

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    [Tom Sturges] epub Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children Read online Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Í Tom Sturges Tom Sturges Í 6 Download I can see how a certain type of parent might find this book helpful however I am not that type of parent The author of this book has a child rearing philosophy centered on the idea the the parent is the ultimate authority whose job

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    Summary Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children [Tom Sturges] epub Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children Read online Tom Sturges Í 6 Download Though some parts were a little cheesy I thought this book had a lot of good ideas I especially liked Grow the Tree You've Got It really did inspire me to try to be a better parent I have a hard time believing that the author follows ALL of his own rules all the time with his kids No one can be that perfect I wish he would have conceded that point a little bit I prefer my parenting advice to come from someone

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    Summary Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Í Tom Sturges Tom Sturges Í 6 Download I was going to give this book 5 stars and then I made the mistake of looking at other reviews and allowing them to color my perspective Is the author a little too cocky and condescending? Perhaps But does that make the conte

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    Tom Sturges Í 6 Download Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Í Tom Sturges [Tom Sturges] epub Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children Read online I try not to reshelve too many books but I just could not finish this book You know what they say about opinions everyone has one and Sturges just wants to share his opinion of what great parenting looks and sounds like I wanted to see what he had to say and take the gems that worked for me but I had a hard time with the tone of the writing Nothing against the book the ideas or the writer but you can't please everyone and I'm going to mo

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    [Tom Sturges] epub Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children Read online Tom Sturges Í 6 Download If you ever read Robert Fulgum’s All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kinderarten then you’ll understand what I mean when I say that Tom Sturges’ Parking Lot Rules is this decade’s version of Fulgham’s go to guide for parentsHere are some examples of Sturge’s words of wisdom • EVERYDAY Let your ch

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    Tom Sturges Í 6 Download Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Í Tom Sturges Summary Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children I'm trying to pepper in some non fiction in my growing list of fiction books to read This is one of the first I've actual

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    Summary Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children [Tom Sturges] epub Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children Read online Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Í Tom Sturges Just finished this and really enjoyed it Lots of good things to remember and even to come back to as the kids grow so I might have to purchase it for myself I did think it was geared for a little older kids my oldest is three because there were lots of times when I was reading this while nursing my 3 month old at bedtime while the

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    [Tom Sturges] epub Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children Read online Fairly hit or miss The first third of the book has some good advice but the latter sections feel rather thin If you're a single dad who's obsessed with sports this may very well be the perfect book for you For the rest of us it leaves a lot to be desired For instance there's no discussion of raising children w

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Shadow Scale (Seraphina, eReatment as a nonviolent punishment or to suirt water on a child who is having a temper tantrumso much of the book isxhorting parents to treat children with respect and then there are these hairbrained ideas which dilute and discount all the good ideas in the book Though some parts were a little cheesy I thought this book had a lot of good ideas I Claim The Crown especially liked Grow the Tree You ve Got It really did inspire me to try to be a better parent I have a hard time believing that the author follows ALL of his own rules all the time with his kids No one can be that perfect I wish he would have conceded that point a little bit I prefer my parenting advice to come from someone who is a little self deprecating and realistic Still it was a nice little book If youver read Robert Fulgum s All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kinderarten then you ll understand what I mean when I say that Tom Sturges Parking Lot Rules is this decade s version of Fulgham s go to guide for parentsHere are some xamples of Sturge s words of wisdom EVERYDAY Let your children feel welcome and loved from the first moment he or she #Walks Into A Room #into a room When You See Him rule 4 and leave no doubt that at that moment your child is the most important person in your world COMMUNICATING Since yelling parents intimidate and a calm tone inspires When You Get Upset Whisper rule 22 and make sure your message is heard MANNERS MATTERS Follow The Bill Walton Rule rule 34 and if you can t be on time be arly NO LOST CHILDREN When a family or group travels together obey The Caboose Rule rule 43 by assigning an adult or older child to keep up the rear and In the Shadow of the Crown (Queens of England, ensure that no little ones lag behind DISCIPLINES AND PUNISHMENTS The 10 Second Rule rule 49 prescribes the minimum amount of time you should wait before thinking about punishing your child for that D in English PAIN HAPPENS NOW WHAT After your childxperiences a little cut bump or scrape say Sueeze My Hand as Much as It Hurts rule 62 it is remarkable how their being able to show you will help to Bark ease his or her pain PLAY SPORTS PERIOD When your children accomplish something great in their sports using The ESPN Rule rule 67 tell the story in intimate detail and fill them with the belief that they can do it again and againWritten in uick chapters with amazing stories that will inspire you and change the way you view communication and child rearing Parking Lot Rules is a must have for new parents and those seeking ways to make lifeasier Fairly hit or miss The first third of the book has some good advice but the latter sections feel rather thin If you re a single dad who s obsessed with sports this may very well be the perfect book for you For the rest of us it leaves a lot to be desired For instance there s no discussion of raising children with a spouse or grandparents in the picture The tone comes across a bit sanctimonious and unrealistic Sturges gives us a lot of rules that should never be broken fair nough But over the thousands of days you re going to spend with your child you will falter now and again There s no discussion of how to reduce the number mistakes we make or how to talk to your child about how parents make mistakes once in a while you simply how parents make mistakes once in a while you simply never have rred in the first place The hard line approach the book offers has an unappealing whiff of religious zealotry Nevertheless there is some good here and it s certainly a uick read probably only a couple hours I d recommend a cursory skim and to see if Sturges s style of prose and parenting matches up with your own. Vels together obey “The Caboose Rule” rule #43 by assigning an adult or older child to keep up the rear–and nsure that no little ones lag behind• DISCIPLINES AND PUNISHMENTS “The 10 Second Rule” 10 Second Rule” #49 prescribes the minimum amount of time you should wait before thinking about punishing your child for that D in English• PAIN HAPPENS NOW WHAT After your child xperiences a little cut bump or scrape say “Sueeze My Hand as Much as It Hurts” rule #62; it is remarkable how their being able to “show” you will help to ase his or her pain• PLAY SPORTS PERIOD When your children accomplish something great in their sports using “The ESPN Rule” rule #67 tell the story in intimate detail and fill them with the belief that they can do it again and again From the Hardcover diti. Parking Lot Rules 75 Other Ideas for Raising Amazing Children

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this book helpful I am not that type of parent The #author of this book has a child rearing philosophy centered on the idea the the #of this book has a child rearing philosophy centered on the idea the the is the ultimate authority whose job it is to make the children into something the parent thinks is ideal Tom Sturges is always the teacher and is always right I admit that Sturges does scratch the surface of an important topic treating your kids with respect He doesn t go far Man, Son of Man enough in my opinion Surges gets lost because he sees his kids a a part of himself He can t see that they are individuals with individual personalities and assumes that they have motives and abilities that they may not have His kids seem to have so many rules and hedges built around them that they cannotver hope to find their own limits the kids are so hedged in by I try not to reshelve too many books but I just could not finish this book You know what they say about opinions Alter Ego everyone has one and Sturges just wants to share his opinion of what great parenting looks and sounds like I wanted to see what he had to say and take the gems that worked for me but I had a hard time with the tone of the writing Nothing against the book the ideas or the writer but you can t pleaseveryone and I m going to move on Just finished this and really njoyed it Lots of good things to remember and ven to come back to as the kids grow so I might have to purchase it for myself I did think it was geared for a little older kids my oldest is three because there were lots of times when I was reading this while nursing my 3 month old at bedtime while the toddler was upstairs having a fussy tired meltdown with Daddy and I found myself wondering what Rule we could use for times like thatI marked this review as having spoilers because I listed my favorite rules for my own referenceMy favorite Rules 1 Parking Lot Rules already put this into Uncommon Wisdom effect Worksven going on a walk when she gets too far ahead of us 4 Smile When You See Them 6 You See Them 6 Her Like Your Boss so hard when she is a fussy disaster 7 Almost Always Skip the First Thing That Comes to Mind 14 Yes Not What 18 The Five Best Times to Talk to Your Child bath bed drive wake up anytime 22 When You Get Upset Whisper 48 The Truth Reduces the Punishment By 90% 56 5 Very Effective Nonviolent Punishments Unseen City esp writing sentences and make him apologize to the whole family One might wonder why a mother of three would pick up this book I wondered that myself at first But with my older two kids just a couple short years from hitting their tween phase and with my littlest one being a spunky hot tempered little thing who s uite different from how her older siblings were when they were babies I thought it would be good to read this book for various reasons 1 to see how my parenting measures up to the principles i I was going to give this book 5 stars and then I made the mistake of looking at other reviews and allowing them to color my perspective Is the author a little too cocky and condescending Perhaps But does that make the content of the book any less valuable Not really And ok soveryone is all up in arms about flicking water in a kids face but that was one of 75 ideas which were compiled from Art experts friends and family You don t have to like or agree with all 75 They re just ideasI personally thought there was a lot of valuable content that will improve my relationships not only with my children but with my friends andven husband For God Is in the Crowd example responding with yes instead of what when someone calls your name How do you raise amazing children How do you teach them to be kind and honest insightful and inuisitive athletic and curious loving and thoughtful How do you give your child the courage to be a good sport a good sibling a good friend a good person When Tom Sturges became a father he wanted to be the greatest father whover walked the Attracting Songbirds to Your Backyard earth “I wanted to be so much than a casual observer of my son’s life as it went by me” So Sturges asked a lot of uestions He picked up ideas advice and tips from parents grandparentsven rock stars and sports legends–anyone who had uniue insights to share The result is this practical inspiring “rule book” for raising healthy happy safe cherished children Philosophical sensible and mpowering these 76 ideas subscribe to a simple premise It is impossibl. .
Astly to all these people pointing out the authors marital status and saying his writing is irrelevant to them because they re in two parent relationships I don t see it I am happily married and am not single parenting and there was not one idea in this book that I couldn t apply if I wanted to I think what were actually seeing is a lot of defensiveness based on people having parented differently in the past No need folks He s not trying to call you out He s trying to share his wisdom and make money selling books Let s all calm down Overall I thought this was a uick and worthwhile read I m trying to pepper in some non fiction in my growing list of fiction books to read This is one of the first I ve actually made it all the way through non fiction has to work pretty hard to keep my attention or to jockey for position during my limited and precious me timeI used to read a lot of parenting books but when you have two kids who has the time I picked up Parking Lot Rules because it doled out advice in a way I could asily digest it in uick and Notes for the Everlost easy to read lessons andssays I wouldn t say there was anything revolutionary in the uick and When I Moan (Vassi and Seri 1: Russian Stepbrother Romance) easy to read lessons andssays I wouldn t say there was anything revolutionary in the in terms of advice some of the No Biggy! earliest recommendations were common sense and almost laughable like reminding your kids to pull back their hands when you close the door by saying Fingers fingersvery time you shut the door However I have closed my son s hand in the door before so maybe that advice isn t so common sense But I digressI did take two good recommendations from the book though Once seen never unseen meaning that once your kids see something horrible on TV or in the news you can never get that slice of innocence back for them The other advice that resonated with me It s almost never a good idea to say the first thing that pops into your head This is true in business in relationships and Crush It! especially in raising children I have to fight that instinct a lotspecially when I m frustrated with my kids but I ve started reminding myself of that sage adviceThe book is full of little nuggets like these that might be helpful and at least inspire some reflection I wouldn t say its a fantastic read but it s worth picking up for some uick parenting idea sharing Divorced dad of two sons Attracting Birds to Your Backyard executive coach and teacher Tom Sturges wrote a collection of parenting rules to live by The book contains some worthwhile tidbits such as3 Grow the tree you ve got your child might not bexactly what you get but love him or her for their own uniue personality4 Smile when you see them greet your child with love and affection5 Once seen never unseen protect your child from seeing unpleasant or traumatic things that *will scar them for life this is why we kept our *scar them for life this is why we kept our 5 year old son from all news media after 9116 Treat her like your boss treat your child with goodwill and the benefit of the doubt just as you would your boss22 When you get upset whisper it carries than yelling33 Thank you notes we are big believers in thank you notes in our household45 Your child has to know where you are switch the responsibility by advising your child to keep his or her ye on you at all times But here s I didn t likeThe obsession with sports a whole chapter of parenting tips related to sportsThe sanctimonious attitude although I that it s a good idea not to yell at children it s hard to believe that Sturges has never fallen into that trap himselfand in fact a few of the anecdotes he tells about his own parenting are worse than yelling in my opinionThen there s his ideas to give children the silent E to respect a child too much but it is worth the ffort to try The rules are organized into seven fields arranged by subject and will help parents mentors coaches and anyone who has children to deal with an array of situations in a kind respectful and ncouraging way • EVERYDAY Let your children feel welcome and loved from the first moment he or she walks into a room “Smile When You See Him” rule #4 and leave no doubt that at that moment your child is the most important person in your world• COMMUNICATING Since yelling parents intimidate and a calm tone inspires “When You Get Upset Whisper” rule #22 –and make sure your message is heard• MANNERS MATTERS Follow “The Bill Walton Rule” rule #34 and if you can’t be on time be arly• NO LOST CHILDREN When a family or group tra. ,