Champions at Parenting

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Principles of Champion Parenting
What is a Champion Parent? 

Think of a Champion Parent as an individual who makes a conscious effort to raise their children effectively while keeping them engaged in positive activities and surroundings.  A Champion Parent’s attitude is merely that of a confident parent who is determined to be successful through all experiences of child rearing.  Trials and triumphs are all processes that are recognized as experiences that enhance skills.  We have to be ready for the challenges of child rearing and get excited.  The reason to be excited is because you still have the opportunity to make a difference in your child’s life. 

We have deemed a few principles that exemplify what a Champion Parent looks like.  We are not perfect however we are perfect for our roles as Champion Parents!  OWN it!  Please embrace the Principles of Champion Parenting below. 

  • Love your children unconditionally
  • Develop the Whole Child & Provide Neccessities
  • Provide Safe Environments
  • Use Good Judgement & Discernment
  • Give Them Access to Quality Education
  • When Disciplining, Choose to Educate Over Punishing
  • Listen & Communicate Effectively
  • Spend Quality Time & BE Involved
  • Be Firm, Be Consistent & Understand that the word NO is ok
  • Be honest
  • Be a Role Model
  • Be Loving, Be Kind, & Teach Respect
  • Be Proactive
  • Be Supportive & Provide Positive Reinforcement

Get into it and Get Excited! 

Mommie Talk The Champions of Parenting

Listen as the Champion of Parents Dr. Peart, Ms. Lisa & Ms. Card share tips on becoming a Champion at Parenting.  Come talk to us on social media @MommieTalkNetwork.

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Our goal is to uplift, inform, and engage mothers and fathers by providing information and resources to inspire positive parental engagement.

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How to Be A Champion at Parenting