It’s been a great year, full of kids activities, recipes, and tips for parenting your gifted and intense children. Inspired by a few of my favorite parenting writers, I reflected back on the five most popular parenting posts here on RLL.
These are the posts that were viewed, shared, and discussed the most – here and on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. Thank you for engaging with me and offering your perspectives. I’ve enjoyed our conversations, and look forward to many more in the coming year.
There’s a definite theme to these popular posts – many of you are here to read about gifted and intense children. You might be looking for support. Or answers. Or maybe you just want to know that you’re not alone.
Rest assured… you’re not alone.
Parenting gifted and/or intense children is a different ballgame than parenting typical children. It’s neither good nor bad…it’s just different. And those well-meaning parents offering you advice or telling you what works with their kids just don’t understand.
And it’s okay. We can get through this together while loving on those special children God gave us. By meeting them where they are and moving them forward. By igniting a love of learning and discovery in them – every day.
Here are the top five posts parents just like you found helpful in 2014:
Since there are still questions coming in about parenting and teaching gifted and intense kiddos, I’ll definitely be writing more on this topic in the coming year. I’m working on a book for you, as well as some fabulous subscriber freebies, so if you haven’t signed up for our weekly newsletter, now is the perfect time to do it!
And, if there is anything you want to know that I haven’t written about yet, let me know in the comments. I’m working on my editorial calendar for 2015, and I would love to make this the perfect resource site for YOU.
For more information on parenting gifted kids, check out:
For more great parenting posts from 2014, click on the images below — you’ll find articles from great bloggers around the world, all pulled together in the hopes that you’ll find support and motivation on this journey we share together.
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