If you’re serious about learning all you can to continuously grow as a mom, then you’ll need to get your hands on some quality resources. I’ve come across a lot of good ones over the years, some that I’ve discovered on my own, but mostly by the recommendations of others. Below, I list the resource and how it’s helped me specifically. Enjoy!
Oh my. Seriously, a must have if you ever want to have good relationships with your kids. She talks about 3 foundational things all parents need to know and practice in order to parent the right way. Because there is a right way to raising happy, self-disciplined children!
This book has quickly become the favorite of every parent I know who’s read it. Dr. Tim Kimmel does a fabulous job of making it very clear how God deals with us as His children, and it’s helped me see better ways of handling my own kids. It really is a must-read (and I don’t say that lightly).
To accompany her dad’s book, Karis Kimmel Murray has written an amazing (and funny) companion book specifically focused on discipline. She discusses some strategies you can use to handle your kids’ immaturity with grace (without losing it).
I have actually had the privilege of meeting Nestor and Dina Lima personally and they are the real deal. They are not just interested in doing the day to day things right. They are out to build a family dynasty that lasts generations.
Ultimate Bundles Parenting PackI love to learn from other moms. Everybody has their own unique way of doing things, and we can all glean from one another’s experience!
The Ultimate Bundles Parenting Pack is actually several resources in one, with topic covering everything from chore charts to ADHD to cooking with kids.
I read this book at a time when I was really struggling with homeschooling. She taught me that very often, the things that we say to our kids are the very same things God wants to say to us.
One of the most popular, and very often one of the most disputed, child training books. Personally, my eyes were very opened to what it actually means to train children, not just discipline them. It made me take my role as a mom a lot more seriously!
Probably the most detailed resources you’ll find on managing a home. She literally leaves nothing out! A must-have for all home managers!
Yes, I did just throw my own ebook in here! But all joking aside, if you’re looking for transformation, this is the resource to have. If you want to be effective, these are the seven most important things you can incorporate into your daily life as a stay at home mom.