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Book Review: Mom’s Journey: Practical Tips for Raising Kids by Limor Friedman


Book synopsis:

Learn to overcome your everyday challenges as a mother with grace!

Raising kids is a challenging task of magnificent repercussions. At the end of the day, your home may look like an intimidating war zone, or it could be a warm nest you can’t wait to come back to. Which one would you choose?

Mom’s Journey shares hundreds of essential tips that pinpoint many of the possible scenarios a mom might encounter, from the labor room to parenting a teenager. The book touches all aspects of parenthood, walking you through the years and the developments of childhood and parenting, and the challenges they bring forth.

>>>Essential tips for smart and easy parenting.

Mom’s Journey was written by a mom who raised three kids in a loving and supporting family environment, while being a wife and a co-owner of a successful business – and without going too crazy in the process. It’s based on real life experience of raising three daughters while balancing marriage and business.

>>>Hundreds of tips on all aspect of parenthood from day 1 to 18 years old.

Raising kids is a task to be managed carefully and thoughtfully. It requires strength and borders on the one hand, as well as softness and caress, on the other. Mom’s Journey is an essential book for any mother who is interested in maintaining a happy, calm and respectful family, where family members are kind to each other, considerate and happy. It shares tips for parenting that does not require raising one’s voice or implementing punishment in order to make a stand.

>>>If you are a mother looking for guidance and advice – this book is for you!

Scroll up to grab your copy of Mom’s Journey now!

My review:

If you want a book that gives honest to goodness parenting advice, then pick up Mom’s Journal: Practical Tips for Raising Kids.

I found this book to be a treasure trove of great advice and it covers everything.

You breastfeed?…that’s in there.

You formula feed?…..that’s in there.

You co sleep?… That’s in there.

You don’t co sleep?… That’s in there.

You homeschool?….that’s in there

You send your kids to private/public school…that’s in there.

You a SAHM?….it’s in there

You a working mom?…..it’s in there.

The only thing that the author even took a stand on was punishment. But she said what works for her might not work for other parents and every parent has a unique style of parenting. Which is something that I think people really need to think of before spouting off.

The writing style was a little different. The book itself was written in a day and you can tell but, I wouldn’t change a thing about it. There were a couple of additional chapters that were added after the book was published (on being a chapter on bullying and I really liked what she had to say about that!!!).

Overall, I think that this book would be great to read and I would reccomend other parents to read it!!! Maybe if people read this, the “Mommy Wars” would end. Maybe not because people always need something to bitch about. But it’s a nice thought!!!

How many stars would I give Mom’s Journey: Practical Tips for Raising Kids? 5

Would I read this book again? Yes

Would I reccomend this book to family and friends? Yes

Age range? Teen on up.

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Disclaimer: I received Mom’s Journey: Practical Tips for Raising Kids from eBookPro for free for my honest review. All opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone.

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