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Josh Temple Talks Parenting

September 25th, 2014     By Boys Town Contributor Mother of eight-year-old son, and six and one-year-old daughters

Chores, Discipline, Family, Toddler

As the host of several popular home improvement reality shows, Josh Temple is a familiar face on television these days. But did you know that in addition to his day job, Josh also is a parent. When he needs help and advice with his kids on anything from discipline to household chores, he trusts the parenting experts at Boys Town.

Here are a few of his favorite Boys Town parenting articles.

2-Year-Old

10-Year-Old

Josh connected with Boys Town last year when he came to a meet-and-greet with some of our Boys Town youth. He learned about our education program and what we are doing to help youth on our campuses across the country. But he also learned about what we do to help families. Our Parenting.org website and the Boys Town National Hotline ® form a powerful combination to help families resolve their problems before they become a crisis and to strengthen parent-child relationships to ensure a caring, nurturing home.

Josh’s most recent visit to Boys Town included filming a Public Service Announcement (PSA).  Click here to watch a behind-the-scenes video of Josh’s time at Boys Town and see his Parenting PSA.

Tweet @joshtempletv and tell him how happy we are to have him as a part of the @BoysTown family!

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