This parenting gig is tough.
Do you wish you had the answers to make you a calmer, happier mom so your home is a calmer and happier place?
*This is an ebook. No physical product will be mailed to you. Once you purchase it, an email will be sent to you so you can download and read it online or print it out.
What if I told you there are answers.
This ebook contains my absolute best, tried and true positive parenting secrets that I have learned over the last decade of being a parent.
1.The Only 2 Family Rules You will Ever Need
There are only two rules we use in our family and they cover everything. And they seriously make my home a better place, my kids better people, and me a better mom. These rules work for toddlers to teenagers.
2. How to Get Your Kids to Listen Once and For All, plus a printable to help them want to listen
This one trick gets kids to want to listen. It has my most strong-willed sassy kiddo responding with an “Okay, Mama,” which saves my sanity.
3. The Magic Phrase that Will Stop Your Kid’s Attitude Problems
My kids can be sassy and rude. And my kindergartener can be worse than my tween. This one magic phrase presses the pause button on the attitude and helps them self-correct without me lecturing them or doling out consequences.
4. How to End Sharing Struggles, Once and For All
This trick I learned early on in my parenting journey and it changed the way I parent my kids in such a positive, healthy way. It’s truly a game changer for our kids because it ends the fights and the battles over toys.
5. The Most Important Thing to Do When Your Child Wants to Quit, plus printable discussion starters to help guide you
As our kids get older and want to try out all the things, they often want to quit five minutes after the class is no longer refundable. It’s hard to know what to do. These discussion starters will guide you and help you make the absolute best choice for your family.
6. Simple Ways to Connect with Your Tween, plus love note printables you can hide for them
My tween is starting to emotionally pull away from me. And I’m not having it. These are simple and fun ways to connect with your tween even as their attitudes spike and they want to retreat away from you. It can be easily adapted to our younger kids.