Sometimes parenting is awesome. I can make mac ‘n cheese, or “roni” as we call it, like the best of them; my kids rejoice and I feel like SuperMom. Or they finally get that nugget of wisdom I’ve been telling them for years.
But sometimes parenting is not awesome. There are days when being a mom sends my stress-o-meter through the ceiling:
…my 20-month-old decides to skip chewing to swallowing solids whole.
…toddler daughter lodges a piece of chicken nugget up her nose.
…three-year-old expands his art time to include colored pencil drawings on my mom’s dining room wall.
You can learn many things from children. How much patience you have, for instance. —Franklin P. Adams
On those kinds of days, I have to remind myself that God is for me even while hiding in the pantry sneaking some dark chocolate. Or sometimes I need space and lock myself in the bathroom to follow the plan to decompress from annoyances.
You know, as adults, we’re pretty awesome at a lot of things.
We tackle big challenges in our careers, our finances, and our health. We build impressive businesses. We write legal documents. We lead movements. We manage teams and conferences and estates and classrooms.
But when it comes to parenting, we often feel surprisingly unsure whether we know what we’re doing at all.
We love these kids of ours with a love so fierce and strong, and yet, half the time we shake our heads and wonder if we’re getting it all wrong and why this parenting job is so hard?
Raising these adorable, amazing, wild little humans of ours is both tough and tremendous, precious and perplexing, exciting and exasperating all at the same time.
But there’s one thing you and I already know:
We’ll take the not-so-awesome parts along with the beautiful parts. Because it’s so worth it.
We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can always build our youth for the future. —President Franklin D. Roosevelt
Wouldn’t having some tools to build our youth for the future be an answer to prayer?
Wouldn’t it be great to receive a bundle of parenting resources without spending a bundle? Enter The Parenting Super Bundle. It might be exactly what you need.
The Tools of the Parenting Super Bundle
For six days only, you can get your hands on a package full of resources to help you build your kids for the future, for the most affordable price ever. Seriously, wait until I tell you the price (at the bottom of the post).
This brand-new bundle includes 35 ebooks, 10 eCourses, 23 printables, 9 workbooks, 2 audios, and 1 membership site.
These top-quality resources cover everything you need to make parenting feel less stressful (and more fun!)… chore charts, training methods and ideas, strategies for tough challenges (for kids and for parents), printable craft ideas, homeschooling helps, and so much more.
The bundle includes a dozen categories plus bonuses. (Remember to uphold all material against the Word of God.) I’ve highlighted some items from each below:
Activities & Crafts (6 items)
- Funny Mom Joke Pack: Make Your Kids Laugh Every Day of the Year by Jill Riley ($29.00)
- Mini Mom & Dad Dates by The Dating Divas ($4.97)
Chore Charts & Planners (5 items)
- Blockies Complete Routine Chart Set by Samantha Jockel ($6.00)
- Editable Chore Cards for Kids by Sara McClure ($15.00)
- Student Planner by Jolanthe Erb ($16.00)
Discipline (5 items)
- Parenting with Purpose: How to Raise Well-Behaved Kids and Build a Strong Parent-Child Relationship by Nina Garcia ($9.00)
- TEACH Your Children How to Behave by Brittany Ann ($9.99)
Education (6 items)
- Creative Freewriting Adventure: A Journey into Freewriting by Stacy Farrell ($18.95)
- Training Your Children in Home Economics by Angie Kauffman ($2.50)
Faith (10 items)
- A Firm Foundation: A Scripture Memory Workbook For Children by Crystal Brothers ($17.00)
- Hero Training! Kid’s Character Challenge by Liz Millay ($15.00)
- It’s Reasonable: Teaching Kids the Answers to Their Common Questions About the Christian Faith by Christi Gee ($39.97)
- The Prayer Mugs: Pray, Trust, Coffee, Repeat by Laura Coppinger ($18.00)
- Wisdom Talks About Work: Finding God’s Purpose in Our Everyday Lives by Anna Joy Lowell ($19.00)
Food (4 items)
- Cooking Around the World by Debbie Madson ($27.00)
- My First Kitchen Binder for Kids by Tauna (Meyer) ($14.99)
Homeschooling (8 items)
- Begin Homeschooling with Confidence by Kelly George ($12.95)
- Cure the Fear of Homeschooling High School: How to Be Sure You’re Not Missing Anything by Ann Karako ($14.99)
Outdoors & Travels (3 items)
- 1000 Miles of Memories: How To Plan Your First Epic Road Trip & Save Money By Camping by Robyn Robledo ($13.00)
Parenthood (12 items)
- 7 Key Tips to Save Yourself from a Bad Day (Or Life) by Ruthie Gray ($25.00)
- Raising Positive Kids in a Negative World: Audio Version by Zig Ziglar ($49.97)
- Thrive: Ziglar Family Community Membership by Ziglar Family ($75)
Special Needs (5 items)
- Autism/ADHD Food & Nutrition Workshop by Julie Matthews ($47.00)
- How to Teach Your Kids to Crush Anxiety by Natasha Daniels ($127.00)
Special Occasions (6 items)
- How to Throw an Awesome Birthday Party at Home for Less Than $100 by Sharon Rowley ($7.99)
- The Cake Decorating 101 School by Rebekah Allan ($97.00)
Toddlers & Preschoolers (10 items)
- Babies, Tots and Kids: 52 Weeks of Preschool for Children Ages Baby-5 Years by Raegan Disharoon & Valerie Plowman ($19.50)
- Playing with Purpose: Character Building Made Fun by Chelsea Lee Smith ($6.99)
- Teaching Toddlers at Home by Amanda Stockdale ($67.00)
Bonuses (4 items)
- 10 free audio stories for kids from Around the World Stories ($30)
- FREE All Natural Bug Repellent & Lotion Bars project kit from Detox Project Box ($25)
You’ll get a complete library to help you:
- Apply step-by-step solutions to common challenges like whining, arguing, homework, and lack of cooperation
- Build stronger relationships with your kids (even your teens)
- Stop playing referee in sibling battles (and teach them how to work things out)
- Instill gratitude, kindness, and helpfulness in your child
- Become a kinder, more intentional parent
- and feel encouraged and inspired in your parenting.
You sort of need to see it to believe it, but the package includes 80 digital products and it’s worth over $1270! Plus, it comes with over $100 worth of bonus offers!
Besides being so incredibly helpful, one of the things I like best about the bundle is the price. By offering it for a short time only, they’re able to give you access to over $1270 worth of amazing products for a whopping 98% off! The price is only $29.97!Wouldn’t having some tools to build our youth for the future be an answer to prayer? #thrive Click To Tweet
Here’s how it works:
- Visit their website, take a quick look at all the goodness that comes in this package, then click the “Get my copy now!” button to go through their simple and secure 3-step checkout process.
- You’ll receive an email with a login to their online access portal, where you’ll begin downloading your eBooks, signing up for your eCourses, and redeeming your free bonus offers.
- Use their Getting Started Guide to pick the topic you want to tackle first and give you joy in your parenting journey!
The most important detail, though, is that this bundle is available for just six days! After Monday night, August 14th, the sale ends and you’d have to buy all of these products individually.
I’d hate for you to miss out, so click HERE to learn more or buy the bundle.
It’s even backed by a 100% happiness guarantee, so you can make sure it’s right for you.
As you already know, parenting is amazing and difficult. Enjoying it even on the craziest of days is not impossible.
You don’t need to be a perfect parent to raise great kids, but if you (like me) could use a little help, learn more or get your bundle HERE.
(Psst… the bundle goes away at 11:59 pm EST on Monday, August 14th, so don’t wait!)
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