LOVE YOUR KIDS
“laugh till you pee,
search to the depths of your soul
and be the kind of mom your kids
will appreciate when they’re older
(because they sure don’t now)”
Join the Club…You’re Not Alone.
Dear Grandma, My mom has worked so hard to get us through this coronavirus thing. She deserves to be celebrated. Can you get her a bracelet, shirt, cards or an online course from www.goodjobmom.com and say it’s from both of us? Love you, Me
You can’t get anything done! The kids are home but you still have to work! All your meetings are on the phone or on the computer but the kids always NEED something! How do you get them to behave so you can get your work done? Here’s how:
I know you are hurting right now. I know you are overwhelmed with your new life. But, I’m here to tell you, you will be ok. We will be ok.
What will YOU be wearing when this is over? You have protected your family, worked at home and from home, become the kids’ teacher and survived. You NEED this shirt. You DESERVE this shirt. Good Job Mom.
Moms don’t want recognition. Moms don’t need recognition. But, man it feels good to get recognized.
Get the email "5 Examples of What To Say When You Give a Mom a Good Job Mom Card"If you're anything like me, every day, the voice in your head says, "You should have..." "You should have remembered to put Chex mix in their lunches." "You should have volunteered more...
Most moms struggle with feelings of doubt…”Am I doing it right?” Feel good about yourself AND brighten another mom’s day.
Dear Second Place, You feel like you've failed. And you have. If your goal was to get first and you got second, you're right. You failed. But in failure, you have two choices. Let it wear you down. Label yourself as a failure instead of what is true: you failed...
The 30 Day Chore Challenge will help you get your feet wet in the Freaky Mom promoting-good-behavior department. When kids and teens have responsibilities and moms use the responsibilities as tools for the kids to earn privileges, better behavior is the result!!
Most kids struggle with taking responsibility. Here is a simple kitchen activity so you can teach them how.
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