Three things you can do to become a happier parent.

Three things you can do to become a happier parent.  Check out the link to Chatelaine’s blog  ‘The Happiness plan

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  • Howard's Comment Howard Posted On: Feb 2nd, 2012 at 7:18 am

    Listened to Jennifer’s excellent presentation last night at St.Mary SS in Cobourg.
    Decided I’d check out the website before reading the book, and found a glitch in the link to Three things you can do…
    I can’t seem to get to the article without a password.

    Just thought you should know.

    Howard

  • JKolari's Comment JKolari Posted On: Feb 4th, 2012 at 10:52 am

    Thanks Howard! we”re on it.

    Jennifer

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