As a mother of teens in a society full of pressure and pain, it has always been so important for me to feel like my kids can come to me with any problem and we can work it out together. Recently I’ve been led to wonder if I have really done enough to position myself...
My oldest son is humbling me, big time. I'm in some uncharted waters as we head into the teen years. But I've figured out a few things that really make a difference.
Everyone has something to teach. Everyone has talents. But building those talents doesn't have to come at the exclusion of building our families. Join Power of Moms Co-Founder, April Perry, and Mindy from Cute Girls Hairstyles in this inspiring podcast.
So while there are 1000's of hours of Power of Moms work that needs to be done and countless other timely projects that are important to me and to others, I'm protecting my precious time with my precious kids and training my brain to focus on the here and now.
Do you ever wish your children came with an instruction manual? Lori Radun, a certified life coach, inspirational speaker, and author of The Momnificent Life, gives her "Quick Start Guide", based on her 21 years as a mother.
In No Biking in the House Without a Helmet, Greene reflects on her journey to adoption, raising children (both biological and adoptive) and what it means to be a family.
If you’ve ever taken personality tests, you may have noticed there are varying degrees of accuracy. To be honest, I don't usually give much credence to personality tests. However, my daughter and I were fascinated when this one hit the nail on the head.
It's an interesting vantage point, in yoga class, as we all stand on one foot, in a room full of other people standing on one foot. We are all beautiful but, in attempting our own “Mother Pose” we often stand alone. Dawn shares how to find your own unique pose.
Who really teaches more, the mother or her child? Follow six sweet conversations this mother has in the early morning hours with her child and see what secrets to happiness she learns . . . through the eyes of a child.
If you are one of those moms who feels more than a little discouraged by all the ways you seemingly fall short, I’d like to invite you to spend a few minutes challenging your preconceived notions, casting off unrealistic ideals, and redefining what it means to be a good mom based on your own personal...
Here is how it happens to me. I read a book, talk to a friend, or see a parenting show on TV, and suddenly I’m sure I have the solution to all my problems. I’m always looking for the “perfect plan.” If you guessed that I’m still looking, you’re right.
April’s recent article, Your Children Want YOU, struck a serious chord with moms. In the last few days, over a million mothers have read and shared it. In this podcast, Saren and April, the founders of The Power of Moms, discuss thoughts on why this post went viral and what moms can to do avoid the “compare snare” and celebrate the unique strengths...