12 Must-Read Parenting Articles with Social Proof

Parenting is no easy task. It involves a lot of energy, attention and patience. I know for myself, I am always trying to be better for my kids. I have spent countless hours rocking a baby to sleep and reading the latest in parenting advice and finding must-read parenting articles. I may have even googled ‘how to be a better mom’ once or twice. That is the beauty of technology. We have all of the information from the best in research to one mom’s opinions about what works at our fingertips.
Here are 12 must-read parenting articles that went totally viral on Pinterest, many with over 100,000 and 200,000 re-pins.
 

12 Must-Read Parenting Articles with Social Proof

When it comes to searching for parenting advice, many of us turn to Google or Pinterest, and, social proof is a powerful tool. Here are 12 must-read parenting articles that went totally viral on Pinterest, many with over 100,000 and 200,000 re-pins by moms and educators just like you. Take a look through them, browse the ones that stand out, and re-pin the others for later.
Cheers to motherhood.

Do you React or Respond to Your Kids by Imperfect Families.

5 Second Fixes to be a Better Mom Today by Jules & Co

Why Saying Calm Down to Your Kids Doesn’t Actually Work by The Mommy View at Views From a Step Stool

Child Therapist’s List of Top Childhood Fears by Age by Anxious Toddlers

Tips for Helping Your Angry Child Calm Down by The Mommy View at Views From a Step Stool

10+ Tips for Parenting Through Difficult Toddler Behavior by Parenting From the Heart Blog

One Alternative to Time-Out You’ll Really Love by Snotty Noses

13 Helpful Phrases You Can Say to Help Calm an Anxious Child by Lemon Lime Adventures

Kitchen Skills by Age by Thirty Handmade Days

21 Questions Your Daughter Really Needs You to Ask Her by Club 31 Women

8 Sentences that Will Change Your Child’s Life by Oomphify

The Importance of Chores for Children by Sunshine and Hurricanes


 

I hope you enjoy these must-read parenting articles! I would love to hear which you have ‘tried’ and what you think!

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  1. says

    Thanks for including my 5 second fixes to be a better mom! I wrote that post mostly for me, because I desparetely needed a reminder to savor the small moments of motherhood. I’m just beyond thrilled that it’s encouraged so many mamas like myself 🙂 Blessings!

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