Do you sometimes feel like this mom thing has you in over your head? Or maybe you feel that way all the time? There is hope. There are simple things you can do today that will help you enjoy your children just a bit more and feel that much less overwhelmed. Are you ready to feel better about your abilities as a mom? Are you ready to enjoy your children?
When you are ready for the go-to manual for feeling less overwhelmed and enjoying your children more, it’s time to read “It’s Okay to Hide in the Bathroom: The Overwhelmed Mom’s Guide to Enjoying Motherhood.” If you have lost hope of ever feeling good as a mom, and just want to crawl in a hole when you are around your children, this book is for you. It will take you from the Ten second fixes you will learn when you sign up, to feeling confident as a mom.
Here’s a preview of the chapters.
- Ten second fixes – Get started right now to reduce frustration and start connection with your children.
- Ten minute fixes – Once you feel more confident as a mom, these are great ways to continue building a relationship with your children. The better you know your children, the more you can enjoy them.
- Love your children – Sometimes mothering is done in the trenches, and love helps us do it.
- Know thyself – You are a unique and awesome mom. Let’s celebrate it!
- Know thy children – Our children are all different. They also feel emotions just like us.
- The time and space continuum – Yep, let’s talk about your time and your house. Both contribute to or take away from your enjoyment as a mother.
- Creating memories – Family traditions and memories are an important part of enjoying motherhood.
- Build a solid foundation – We need to give our children a sense of purpose and belonging. I share how I used Scripture to teach my children that they are part of a bigger picture.
- Think long term – The time we have with our little children is so short. We need to think beyond that.
You can listen to the introduction below.
About the Author
I am happily married to my best friend, Doug, and we have seven children. We have based our homeschool and family lifestyle on the principles of Scripture, particularly the first five books called the Torah. We live on a farm with a zoo of animals and never experience a shortage of adventure as a result. Aside from mothering and maintaining all the behind the scenes house stuff, I love to knit, draw and write. And, yes, I have a secret addiction to journals and planners.
I wrote this book as if I was writing a personal letter to my daughter. I share personal anecdotes, helpful advice, and humor in generous doses. You’ll be laughing as I recall the crazy things my seven children have done, and crying as you catch the vision to truly enjoy this journey called motherhood. Are you ready to get your copy?
Motherhood is tough. I’ve been there. We birth these adorable, sweet little people. We are filled with hopes and dreams of what being a mom is like. And then one day, those little people turn on us and seem determined to destroy us with their incessant needs, questions, and messes. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and frustrated. But you don’t have to stay there. “It’s Okay to Hide in the Bathroom: The Overwhelmed Mom’s Guide to Enjoying Motherhood” will help you to start truly enjoying your children. We start with ten second fixes, little steps you can take right now to start connecting with and enjoying your children. But that’s just the beginning. I want to give you quick, actionable steps to take when you are feeling overwhelmed. I want you to delight in your children and feel confident in your abilities as a mom. You are not alone in your struggles, but you don’t have to remain overwhelmed. Join me on a humorous, heartfelt journey as I share what I have learned raising seven children. It’s time to enjoy motherhood!
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