3 Big Fat Lies of Being The Perfect Mom by Terre Grable


As a counselor, I have seen many parents trying to become the Perfect Mom. While their intentions are noble, the outcome is usually miserable for themselves and their families. Here are 3 big fat lies of trying to be the Perfect Mom. Lie #1: I really can be the Perfect Mom We have all heard the old adage that “Nobody is perfect.” And while we know in our mind that we cannot be perfect, sometimes our hearts still chase after this need to be the Perfect Mom. We find those other Moms that seem to have it all together and…

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Spring Cleaning in February


Well, I suppose it is never too early for Spring cleaning. Since our daughter’s birthday coincides with Christmas we have a lot of new things at the house. We also have a lot of old things now too which can be a bit overwhelming for a four year old…and definitely not in keeping with the Montessori methodology of simplicity. It’s also overwhelming for her parents! So….to the donation station we went this week and now we have room to breathe again….aahhhh (I also discovered some dust bunnies–oh, well). When does your Spring cleaning begin or is it a year round…

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