Our kids aren’t at all like we thought they’d be--but that’s okay! www.powerofmoms.com

Honoring Your Child’s Unique Design

My kids aren’t at all like I thought they’d be–but that’s okay! I’ve quit trying to change them. I accept and honor the amazing, unique people they are. And you know what? We’re all happier.

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. […]

Bucket list, shmucket list! www.powerofmoms.com

The Anti-Summer-Bucket-List Campaign

I am aiming this summer to stop my mom-overachievement tendencies and to see instead where a quieter journey takes us. I want to explore a new kind of summer bucket list this year. Or, I guess you could say an anti-list.

It's downright challenging, but goals can be achieved, even when you have kids! www.powerofmoms.com

Goals That Can Fall Down

Trying to set and accomplish goals as a mother with children (let alone little ones underfoot) can be a shaky if not downright doomed process. How can we remedy this reality to still seek out progress for ourselves and our families?

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Permission to Breathe

If you’ve ever wished you could do MORE for your children (even though you’re doing the best you can), here’s a fresh perspective.

We are all perfect in the eyes of our children. www.powerofmoms.com

To Be Perfect

Hidden inside the simple lines of her son’s stick figure portrait were valuable lessons for one mom on what it means to be perfect.

Ever had someone move into your space and then proceed to tell you how to run your show? Who does that? Even worse, who does that in motherhood? www.powerofmoms.com

Bossing My Motherhood

Ever had someone move into your space and then proceed to tell you how to run your show? Who does that? Even worse, who does that in motherhood? Author Rachel Hixon explores the in’s and out’s of “bossing my motherhood.”