15 Days To Intentional Parenting Motherhood is challenging. I’ll keep saying it on repeat because I never want to mislead anyone. Motherhood will push you in every way; testing your patience, your ability to communicate, your expectations, your plans, and well, EVERYTHING. Motherhood changes… Continue Reading “The Peaceful and Intentional Mom Challenge”
It is so strange and beautiful how every pregnancy and birth has its own story. I always hear how different each pregnancy can be even for the same woman, but I had no idea how true that could be until I became pregnant with… Continue Reading “The Beautiful, Natural, & Unassisted Birth Story Of Our Second Child”
1. Make a Detailed List Of The Parent You Want To Be Include at least 10 characteristics of what an ideal parent is to you. For example, you could say you want to be calm, kind, and affectionate. There is a free handout to… Continue Reading “5 Quick Steps To Improve Your Parenting This New Year”
Car seats are extremely important and have saved many little ones lives. It’s important to use a car seat when in a car, however, because they’re intended for the sole purpose of keeping baby safe from an impact, they do absolutely nothing in terms… Continue Reading “Car Seats Are For Cars: How To Not Container Parent”
Five Ways to Encourage Creative Play Why Is Creativity Important Creative play supports cognitive development, emotional intelligence, and critical thinking skills. Creativity involves cognitive processes that transform one’s understanding of, or relationship to, the world.The Conversation Children explore their roles in the world and… Continue Reading “How To Grow A Creative Child”
Going From Angry Mom To Calm Mom Tip 1: Say What You Do Want It can be difficult to not just shout emotionally whatever needs to change, however you and your little will be much happier if you calmly state your expectation before the… Continue Reading “The Secret To Being A Calm Mom”
Motherhood is hard. Sometimes we feel as if it is consuming us and the “productive adult life” we once lived is slipping away. It’s normal and okay to feel this way. Here are some little encouragements to remind you that parenting is enough.