Do you feel like you’re parenting on autopilot?
Does raising kids sometimes leave you feeling overwhelmed, burdened, tired or frustrated?
Are you at a loss for the last time you did something really fun and cool with your kids?
Do you have a desire to be an awesome mom or raise really awesome kids?
Are you a student of learning and constantly seeking for ways to be a better mom than you were yesterday?
Do you feel like you need to a recharge?
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, the next 31 days is just for you!
Throughout October, we’ll be joining with the Nester and hundreds of other bloggers who will all be writing about one topic for 31 days.
Our topic is one that aims to shoot your parenting skills up to the next level (because that’s what we do around here).
Week 1: You First
Week 2: Marriage & Faith
Your Marriage Matters
10 Lessons Our Marriages Should Teach Our Kids
Meeting Other Couples with Kids
Faith at Home
Start a Faith-Based Parenting Library
Why Parents Need a Statement of Faith
Week 3-4: Parenting & Kids
Be a Mom of Your Word
Master the Art of Interruptions
Apologies Aren’t Just for Adults
Your kids Will Be Online. Do Something About it.
Guaranteed Ways to Raise Spoiled, Selfish and Entitled Children
Go Outside More
How to Spark Creativity in Children
Week 5: Homemaking
Being a mom is an opportunity to impact the lives of your children, but the lives of generations to come…which is why it’s a role that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
This series won’t be a magic pill. At the end of these 31 days, we still won’t be perfect moms. I do, however, pray that through Basic Training for Moms, we are inspired to think and act differently–to make that incredible leap to the next level (as big or small of a leap as that might be).
To keep up with the series throughout the month, you can bookmark this page as I’ll be linking all the posts here. You can also join our community of moms in getting new posts sent directly to your inbox. Just click here.
I’ll see you all at 0630 tomorrow for our first lesson. Now, drop and give me 10 soldiers!