Parenting is tough – I’ve often said it’s the hardest job in the world. That doesn’t mean it’s impossible though. There are so many parenting books out there that offer helpful advice or techniques to navigate the tough terrain of parenting. This is a list of some of the books I’ve read that have helped through the highs and lows of life’s stages and tribulations.
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We all want our kids to be happy. But life isn’t always easy. Sometimes, it’s the little things that make a difference in our kids’ lives. Raising a happy child is a lot easier than you think. It doesn’t happen overnight but it doesn’t have to be so difficult.
An interview with Felicia Capers, Author of Enough of Frankie Already!
Frank Belgau is the founder of the Learning Breakthrough Program. This brain training program is said to help those with ADD/ADHD, dementia, as well as helping everyone ‘focus’ better.
It won’t cure you from being a germophobe, but it will have you stepping back, biting your tongue, and letting your children have fun out in the dirty playgound. This book opens up the mind and will have you thinking about the connection between health and microbiota
When it comes to your kid’s sex education, it is the parents responsibility to provide it. When they hit puberty, many kids will be looking for resources to help them understand what’s happening. This book is a guide to teach kids what puberty is, what’s happening to them.
Whether your children are in a public, private, homeschool, or other form of education, there are things that can be learned from this book.
Have you ever wondered how to keep your preschooler busy while you are spending time (home educating or otherwise) with elder siblings? Find out how.
The thing is, in order to make sure that the household is running smoothly, chores need to be done. There is no such thing as a free ride. If you want to live in a house that is spotless and tidy, get the kids involved. Find out how.
For each song there are the lyrics and a picture to colour, as well as additional activities that can be done. There are an additional 36 pages of further activities that can be done based on the themes and songs of the albums.
Homeschooling is a wonderful way of life. There’s always something new to learn about it, ideas to gather, theories to read up on, and fun to be had. These are some books to get you started.
This 138-page book, written by Janice Campbell, herself a homeschool mom, brings in experts for chapters on preparing your student for college, creating transcripts for special needs students, timing and testing for special needs students.
This isn’t a parenting book, but one that can help parents feel well. This book walks you through the seasons of the year, and then goes further down into 2-hour periods. Did you know that the the time of the day you eat, sleep, and use pressure points can have an effect on your health?
I hope you’re feeling inspired as you read! I hope these parenting books have given you some food for thought, maybe a newfound appreciation for how difficult and amazing parenting can be at the same time.