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Blog: Respect

March 25, 2011 |  by Krista

Mouldy attitudes and grace from a seven year old

Don’t ask me how we managed to do it, but we were UNABLE to grow any mould on our bread! Seriously, are there any scientist-type people out there who can explain that? We kept it warm. We made sure... Read more
March 14, 2011 |  by Krista

Rainbow girls and stuffie-loving boys

There she stood in the doorway of her bedroom, in all her four-year-old glory. Her tights had wide, horizontal, rainbow-coloured stripes. Her skirt (pushed down below her kindergarten belly . . . the... Read more
February 23, 2011 |  by Krista

Respect is growing, mould is not

Squeals of delight rang through the house. “This is like a treasure hunt!” crowed Jessica. “I can’t find any!” cried Benjamin. Both kids raced from room to room, searching behind doors and under... Read more
January 31, 2011 |  by Krista

Our rainbow of respect

We started on the Respect lesson with a bang last week! One of the object lessons involves becoming “Respect Detectives.” The original suggestion has the kids looking for disrespectful actions. We... Read more
August 20, 2010 |  by The Buggs

It's all about respect...and Garfield

So, the boys were very excited about the idea of creating a big, honkin' poster that would display all the respect rules for the family to see. Anita and I decided we would let them figure out how... Read more
July 23, 2010 |  by The Buggs

The official "Bugg Family Respect Rules"

In a recent post, I mentioned that our boys drafted up a list of family respect rules to hang in a prominent spot in our home. A few of you mentioned an interest in seeing those rules, so here they... Read more
July 15, 2010 |  by The Buggs

Operation covert gentleman

We sat around the dinner table last night, reviewing our “Family Respect Rules.” We also discussed next steps on our lesson, which includes making a poster with the rules written on it and placed in... Read more
July 6, 2010 |  by The Buggs

Gentlemen, not cavemen

Anita and I want to raise our boys to be respectful, polite, empathetic, honourable gentlemen – and there’s a saying I made up for whenever the boys are not acting appropriately: “Boys, we are... Read more
June 20, 2010 |  by The Buggs

Teaching respect

The first Kids of Integrity lesson we've chosen to do is Respect. Respect is a far-reaching discipline that can affect many aspects of life and is one of the cornerstones of developing godly... Read more
June 15, 2010 |  by The Buggs

Raising our boys to be men

Greetings from our house to yours! My name is Jim Bugg, and my wife's name is Anita. We're very excited to keep you updated with our Kids of Integrity adventures. Having two boys, ages 10 and five,... Read more