Is there a mom that you could learn from instead of judge? www.powerofmoms.com

Eating My Words

Have you ever judged another mother for doing something, only to find yourself doing the exact same thing later? If you need a good laugh, check out this lighthearted post from Brooke Romney about how she learned not to judge.

Can't see the forest for the trees? Tips for rocking that parenting thing. www.powerofmoms.com

Power of Moms Pick: 7 Ways to Rock Survival-Mode Parenting

Do you ever find yourself in the midst of a survial-mode week or month of parenting? Have you developed any concrete strategies for getting through those crazy times? Blogger Jamie Walton has been there, and she compiled seven of her best tips for “rocking” survival-mode parenting.

Do you ever feel like your children need more than you have the energy to give? www.powerofmoms.com

They Want More Than I Can Give: Question of the Week

 Do you ever feel like your children need more than you have the energy to give? Please help us support this mom who submitted this week’s question.   I have a disability that causes me to be in an extreme amount of pain when I walk, sit, or stand for more than a few minutes. […]

Every mom could use a little help. www.powerofmoms.com

Everyone Needs Backup

When you run into a challenge, do you ever wish you could “phone a friend” or call in a back up? See how one mother does just that.

That annoying New Mom Advice? Yeah, you probably need it. www.powerofmoms.com

The Top 6 Obnoxiously True Pieces of Advice You Get as a New Mom

Solicited or not, you will undoubtedly receive a plethora of advice as a new mom. Unfortunately, some of the most especially annoying advice turns out all too often to be completely true. And, gasp, maybe even helpful. Here are the top six most obnoxiously true pieces of advice you will receive as a brand new mom.

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Helping Your Shy Child

Shyness often accompanies an introvert who hasn’t quite learned how to navigate her need for solitude and companionship. Do you have a shy child? Here, Amanda Hamilton Roos offers six ways to help shy children gain self-confidence.

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Saying No

I have never had much trouble saying no to things that would detract from my happiness rather than add to it. For me, feeling comfortable saying no comes down to four basic strategies.