Let it go, let it go. www.powerofmoms.com

I Want Bad Things to Happen to My Kids

Failure, owies, even heartbreak; why should we wish these on our children? Author Sadie McCurry takes a look at the lessons learned by our children when they experience “bad” things. Why, they may even learn resilience!

Actually, they are wired differently, for now. www.powerofmoms.com

The Teen Brain

According to researchers, the teen brain grows and changes significantly during puberty. How can this knowledge influence the way we raise our teenagers?

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If a Home Magazine Did a Feature on My House

No one will ever write a feature about my eleven-hundred square foot dwelling, home to thirty thousand Legos. But what if they did? What if an editor who was determined to keep it real paid a visit to my very lived-in house? What would the article say?

What we live for are the moments within the minutes of motherhood. www.powerofmoms.com

Minutes and Moments

I was really struggling when my twins were a couple months old. I hadn’t slept well in months, at least one baby was either nursing or crying around the clock, and my two-year-old was having a hard time adjusting to her new role as big sister. Then my mother mentioned how she felt so much […]

2Do or not 2Do. That is the question. Find the answer at www.powerofmoms.com.

Using the 2Do app for M.O.M.

When I started using M.O.M., I knew I had to find a smartphone app that would work with the program….
I needed something intuitive, that didn’t require too many redundant steps or clicks, was flexible and straightforward and looked pretty so that I’d actually WANT to work with it.

Stick these leadership lessons to the roofs of your kids' mouths. www.powerofmoms.com

Book Summary: Peanut Butter Principles

As parents, we all wish we had been given an Owner’s Manual when we left the hospital with our first-born child, and probably each child after that–each model has it’s own unique characteristics and requires a little different approach, right? This book is packed with principles that we can teach to our children that will “stick to them like peanut butter sticks to the roof of your mouth.”

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Hats Off To You, Young Mothers

Caring for very young children day in and day out is, quite simply, one of the most heroic things that happens on a daily, widespread basis. In truth, it makes me want to call out from the housetops, “Hats off to you, young mothers!”