You want to be closer to your daughter. You want her life to be filled with joy, beauty, and wonder. But you also want to protect her from a world that can be hurtful...and even dangerous.
This one-of-a-kind book features over fifty fun and practical ways to build a great relationship with your girl. Bestselling author Jay Payleitner offers proven strategies to help your daughter succeed in all areas of her life, such as her
From charm bracelets to daddy-daughter dances to walking her down the aisle, these big ideas will help you create a father-daughter connection that lasts a lifetime.
Parenting can be hard work, and our lives continue to get busier and busier. Is it possible to lighten the load but still raise great kids?
From his experiences as a dad as well as interacting with countless other parents, Jay Payleitner has gathered scores of secrets worth passing along--simple things veteran moms and dads have learned over the years. Things as simple as passing along truths during TV commercials. Or connecting with your children as you tuck them in at night. Or learning how to laugh over spilt milk.
Some of the ideas are old-school secrets that were passed from one generation to the next; others deal with issues that would have never crossed Grandma and Grandpa's minds. All of them are easy to implement.
This book is designed for a quick, breezy reading experience, letting parents pick and choose those ideas that will make their lives easier, their kids happier, and their futures even brighter.
New and seasoned parents (or grandparents) will appreciate these silly to serious suggestions that lead to joy, laughter, and connection one loving moment at a time.
Straight from a veteran dad and husband come these insightful, unexpected, and occasionally offbeat ideas. Bestselling author Jay Payleitner digs deep to give practical insight into how a woman cansee the ways her husband does want to connect...which may be different than what she expectsencourage him—not overwhelm him—with her wordsunderstand why sex is such a big dealmake space for him to step up and participate in family lifebe alert to his “hero moments” and respect and appreciate him
A husband does want to be close to his wife. Here are great steps to strengthening a marriage by making room for that closeness to happen.
Lifeology is divided into more than two-dozen surprising and eclectic categories, including...Relationship lifeologyDo-great-things lifeologyHeartwarming lifeologyAmusing-fact lifeologyLifeology for parents and kidsBusiness lifeologyUnexpected lifeologyAnd much moreYou are allowed to have a favorite category, but do not miss the others. Feeling overwhelmed by numbskulls? Is it your job to rally the troops? Need your own inspirational nudge? You now have hundreds of trustworthy truths at your fingertips— ready to apply to life.
Quite a few dads spend time with their kids. However, many have no clue what their kids really need.
Enter author Jay Payleitner, veteran dad of five, who's also struggled with how to build up his children's lives. His 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad combines straightforward features with step-up-to-the-mark challenges men will appreciate: a full year's worth of focused, doable ideas--one per week, if desired uncomplicated ways to be an example, like "kiss your wife in the kitchen" tough, frank advice, like "throw away your porn"
And, refreshingly... NO exhaustive (and exhausting) lists of "things you should do" NO criticism of dads for being men and acting like men
Dads will feel respected and empowered, and gain confidence to initiate activities that build lifelong positives into their kids. Great gift or men's group resource!
In 52 Things Wives Need from Their Husbands, Jay Payleitner, veteran radio producer and author of 52 Things Kids Need from a Dad, offers a bounty of welcome advice, such as"Stir her pots""Buy sparkly gifts""Be the handyman""Stay married""Kiss her in the kitchen""Leave your mommy""Put her second"
A great gift or men's group resource, 52 Things Wives Need from Their Husbands provides a full year's worth of advice. And no chapter will make husbands feel guilty or criticize them for acting like men!
For the husband who wants to live God's plan for his marriage, this book will put him on the right track.
These jewels of wisdom take just moments to read, but they will help you establish a connection with your kids that will last a lifetime.
In the spirit of The Giving Tree and The Tale of Three Trees, this beautiful allegory shares the story of a traveler on the road of life. The unnamed sojourner pedals alone on a bicycle built for two—until one day a stranger is invited along for the ride, and through the shared experiences of the road, the stranger becomes a lifelong guide and friend. With poetic language, vivid imagery, and artistic illustrations, this simple, yet profound, book shares an invaluable message of hope and direction for every traveler on the road of life.