It’s Mom’s Library time and what better way to celebrate than to provide you with some great parenting resources?! Parenting is not easy. In the past 7 years of being a mom, I have been challenged more than I imagined. To be honest, I thought I’d be a natural. I quickly found the need to find some great parenting resources. I hope that you’ll take advantage of the great posts I’m featuring today. If you want some more great resources, I hope you’ll check out my own parenting tips: How to Stop the Whining and Crying in Kids, Top Potty Training Tips, Teaching Kids to Say Please, Navigating the Pre-Teen Years and How to Set Clear Expectations for Kids.
What is Mom’s Library? Mom’s Library is a weekly link party that begins at 7:00 PM MST. A link party is where bloggers can link up their fabulous content. This gives bloggers the opportunity to get their posts seen by a wider audience, but it also becomes a great place for readers to come and find resources for raising, educating and caring for kids. What is linked up? Anything that relates to being a mom – crafts, activities, learning opportunities, parenting tips, recipes, party ideas and more. When bloggers link up here, their posts show up on these great sites: True Aim Education, Crystal’s Tiny Treasures, iGame Mom, Life with Moore Babies, Inspired by Familia, More Fun Mom, Pounds for Pennies and Home is Where they Send Us.
Giveaway for Character Development eBook Set
Each week we tried to provide a great giveaway for our readers. This week we are giving away a character eBook set. I would encourage you to visit True Aim Education to learn more about this great resources. Character development is a big focus for me at Meaningful Mama. I am so excited to bring this resources to five lucky winners. We’re giving away 5 Copies of the Blue Manor Character eBook set. This includes 4 ebooks, memory verse printables and responsibility charts for a total of 200+ pages (Ages 2-10). Good luck!
Parenting Resources: Meaningful Mama Features
There were some great posts linked up this past week. I absolutely love reading posts filled with parenting ideas and parenting tips. There is no one formula, but I love to explore what is working for other moms so I can be better at this challenging and yet joy filled life I’ve been given as a mom. Thank you for taking the time to link up with us. If you were featured this week, I’d love you to add my button to your sidebar, post, or featured page to show others where you have been featured.
How to Really Listen to Your Daughter by This Sweet Life of Mine
10 Questions Preschoolers Can’t ask and What to Ask Instead by Happily Ever Mom
Potty Training Must Do’s by Happily Ever Mom
Teaching From Rest by Classically Homeschooling
10 Ways We Need to Stop Judging Other Moms by Meaningful Mama
Memory Verse Routine that Works by Around the Table
Mom’s Library Link Party
Now it’s time for you to link up your own great content or explore what is being linked up. When you link up, you give us permission to use one of your photos with a link back to your content. We always love seeing your great ideas and have fun featuring your work. I will be adding all of the posts I feature to my Pinterest boards. Time for this weeks’ party. Now is the opportunity for you to link up your fun blog posts that can be a resource for moms. I would love for you to please follow Meaningful Mama on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+ and/or Instagram. Don’t forget to mingle.
Hello cute lady! I’m so excited to party with you tonight. Thank you! We would love it if you would stop by our party. That would amazing!
Happy Tuesday! Lou Lou Girls
thanks so much for partying with me. I just stopped by to link up! Thanks for the invite.
Thank you so much for featuring my daughter-in-law’s post in my blog this week. I’m pretty proud of what they are teaching my adorable grandchildren, too! I know the verses I learned as a young child are still with me. I hope the verses we learned with our kids are with them, too. It is time well spent!
You are so welcome. I love the support you are showing for your daughter-in-law and all the hard work she is doing. Thank you for your encouragement of her! I love that you came over to comment on this! You are so right about these verses being so important to teach kids. Blessings!
Get set of resources, I’ll be sharing this with my readers. Thanks.
Thanks so much! I had some great things linked up.