I’ve decided to shake things up on this blog and compile this series of completely free resources for all my imperfectly perfect mommies out there!
These resources are totally awesome and totally FREE!
The year is coming to an end and it’s time to get started on our new goals, new habits, and new lives for 2019!
One goal I know I could work on is my parenting skills. (And I’m sure a lot of you could agree with me!)
I was the absolute best mommy ever until I became one. It’s easy to have everything figured out about parenting until you are actually in the middle of it.
As one of my readers once told me in a previous post I published, “Parenting- it is the best of times, it is the worst of times”, and she couldn’t be more correct.
So to help us get through those “worst of times”, I put together this list of free resources for you to have at your fingertips. So sit down, relax and choose one of these classes or resources to jump start your goals for 2019.
These resources are a part of a 12 day series of holiday freebies I compiled just for you! Use them to maintain your sanity this holiday season, and to set your resolutions for 2019- whatever they may be!
WAIT! Before you read this post consider checking out the previous posts in this series!
Are you and your child’s other parent divorced, separated, or never married? Could you use some tips on managing being a parent who has to share? Would you like to learn some useful co-parenting strategies? This class would be perfect for you! It’s designed to be even more useful if both parents complete the training, but that’s not necessary and don’t let it stop you from reaping the benefits if your co-parent isn’t interested.
Enter the password: FreeAccessClassOne to get instant access to this completely free positive parenting class! If you are a parent who would like to learn how to discipline your child without nagging, yelling, spanking, punishing, (or well losing your mind)… you should definitely give this course a try. Learning the concepts of positive training have been life-changing for me, and I know they could be for you as well!
This course is designed specifically for parents of children with ADHD. The course covers a span of 12 days with a new lesson available each day. While many people would rather have access to all lessons at once, I find it helpful to do one lesson at a time. Completing courses in this way gives you a better chance at retaining the information. If you or a loved one is a parent of a child with ADHD, I strongly recommend this course!
This training by Alison is geared more towards teaching children with special needs, rather than parents in particular. However, I still decided to include it because it is crammed full with highly useful information. This course covers several different special needs and learning disabilities and how to assist children who diagnosed with them.
This website has several courses on a variety of subjects for parents of infants and toddlers including dealing with challenging behaviors, important information on their development, developing healthy eating habits, and even a couple courses over choosing child care. This is really a one-stop shop and a great resource to have in your parenting arsenal!
This is one of my FAVORITE resources that I found! Mommybites offers podcasts (she refers to them as momcasts) on a variety of subjects! You can register to listen in LIVE where you will have the ability to ask questions and listen in live time, or you can also choose to listen to ANY past podcasts that you wish. There are plenty of interesting and engaging topics. This is the perfect resource for moms everywhere!
This website by Huggies has dozens of free ebooks on a variety of subjects! There is sure to be a resource you can use! It has everything from baby names, budgeting, teething, conception… and tons more!
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Jenna is a former Early Childhood Educator who now spends her days chasing after her four rambunctious children all while pursuing a freelance writing career, guest posting, writing for the website Mommyish, and running her own blog. As a writer, she is passionate about bringing charisma and color to everything she writes. You can find out more about Jenna by visiting her website or by clicking the social media buttons below.