Positive Parenting is a term that has come to be very important to me. We try to be positive parents, and raise positive kids! 🙂 I have found Positive Parenting strategies very useful during challenging situations Generally it sits right with me, and helps me be the kind of mumma I want to be, and my children respond really well to it. More than anything, it gives me confidence to do what feels right… so I wanted to share 5 of my favourite blogs that support me in my parenting day-to-day.
Creative with Kids is such a great open and honest resource of ‘connected parenting’ ideas and thoughts. Every time I read a post I come away feeling better; less guilty, less isolated and always so inspired to be the best Mummy I can be. The Parenting Anger series is fantastic; Alissa writes in such a relatable way about problems and offers great solutions and possibilities with wisdom and humility.
Finding Joy – Aside from the absolutely beautiful photos Finding Joy makes me think. And makes me appreciate my life. It does exactly what the title says – it makes me find joy in my everyday doings in motherhood. It is a collection of beautiful thoughts on family life and I love it.
Janet Lansbury – people always say “I wish my child came with a manual” – well this is it, or at least it should be. It is just a wealth of positive parenting strategies to help you, and there is a solution to so many problems you may come across as a parent of a young child. Janet is so clearly knowledgable, and is supportive and non-judgemental, offering personal advice to specific problems.
Taming the Goblin – The Monko, the writer of this blog, would probably definitely not describe her blog as a positive parenting blog – and it isn’t really because it is full of crafts and toddler activities too -BUT I had to include it because the wonderful parenting posts are so raw and honest and REAL that they provide so much comfort and support to me.
Positive Parenting Connection – this is more or less a complete guide to positive parenting, providing guidance for many many parenting challenges; a great introduction to positive parenting if you are trying to find out more or for specific issues.
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