Tired of Feeling Resentful in Your Relationship?

Tired of Feeling Resentful in Your Relationship?

Having small children is SO HARD on your relationship. So many of us have trouble avoiding the resentment that comes up when it feels like we do ALL.THE.THINGS. Do you want your relationship to feel good again? I am so pleased to share these tips from relationship...

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Stop Sibling Rivalry to Stop Sibling Fights!

Are you STRUGGLING with sibling fighting and jealousy? Want to stop sibling rivalry so that you can enjoy your kids again? You are not alone! I have been hearing this from so many parents this summer. Here’s a the first in a series of tips to transform your kids...

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How To Keep Your Kids Safe (While Letting Them Go)

We want our children grow up to be responsible, resilient, and self-reliant. To develop these qualities they need to be able to experience freedom of movement and unsupervised time. Some people call this the Free Range Kids philosophy. (Free Range Parents believe...

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You Can Stop Yelling At Your Kids: Rachel’s Success

“My biggest struggle was yelling - boy, was I a yeller!” wrote Rachel, a mama in my Facebook group. Rachel has worked very hard to stop yelling and has made amazing progress.  How did she stop yelling? Determination and relentless focus, combined with tools that...

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Your heart is like a bull in a china shop

raising love warriors: 'your heart is like a bull in a china shop' It's been a long time since I've written a blog post. I have to admit that the state of politics and news in the world has made me feel really down lately- and I know I'm not alone. I keep coming back...

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How To Raise (Happy & Successful) Kids With Grit

My 9 year old daughter and I sat on the couch with her ukulele as she cried and raged- “I can’t do it!” She threatened to rip up her sheet music. She wanted to quit- but I repeated the family rule: You can’t quit in a low point. In that moment I wanted to give up as...

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Your Guide To A Guilt-Free Daycare Transition

If you are going back to work after your first baby or your third- the daycare transition can be rough- for both of you. The ladies over at Baby And Me Fitness asked me to write a blog post about how to make the daycare transition easier. I've shared lots of tips for...

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Don’t Be So Busy: Find Balance Feel Joy

Most mothers struggle to find balance in isolation. Many of us assume that other mom has it all sussed out. We are often surprised to learn that we aren’t alone; that being a mother is hard. This post is the 2nd in the 10-Day Find Balance Feel Joy Blog Tour.  My...

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two big ideas for happy sibling transitions

A sibling can be the biggest gift you ever give your child. Unfortunately your child often doesn’t see it that way. What’s the key to making the transition to brother or sister a happy first few years? YOU and your attitude and actions. Over the months and years, you...

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