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What You Need To Read Before Homeschooling Your Child

All the books you need to read before homeschooling!

5 Quick Steps To Improve Your Parenting This New Year

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 For Cars: How To Not Container Parent

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”

Raising A Minimalist: 6 Quick Tips On Teaching Kids Minimalism

We all know consumerism is a huge issue in Western Society. Advertisements and the constant pushes to buy more are everywhere, so it of course effects our children and how they think. From commercials to conversations with friends, acquiring more things is encouraged. For… Continue Reading “Raising A Minimalist: 6 Quick Tips On Teaching Kids Minimalism”

If You Have Something Nice To Say, Say It

Look, I know all the arguments, and sure we should be secure in ourselves and find our own path of self validation, but, please, let’s be real. Motherhood is rough territory to really feel sure of yourself, especially in the age of perfect insta moms and the never ending stream of parenting do’s and don’t’s

10 Quotes for Crunchy Mamas

Through the blur, I wondered if I was alone or if other parents felt the same way I did – that everything involving our children was painful in some way. The emotions, whether they were joy, sorrow, love or pride, were so deep and sharp… Continue Reading “10 Quotes for Crunchy Mamas”

5 Books Moms Should Read (That Aren’t Parenting Books)

5 Books Moms Should Read (That Aren’t Parenting Books) Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover This book is great to gain a perspective of how Parenting forms our children’s world and how they view the world according to how we describe it to them.… Continue Reading “5 Books Moms Should Read (That Aren’t Parenting Books)”

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