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Joining me today is Autumn McKay, created of the Best Mom Ideas Blog -an online community for moms (or dads!) that provides support, encouragement, and practical resources for parents with littles.
During our conversation we talk about real-life struggles parents are facing during the pandemic. From virtual learning, to limiting screen time and knowing when everyone needs a time-out (including you!)
As a former educator, and mom of 3, Autumn speaks candidly about her own parenting struggles and how she navigated through it.
- Autumn shares why boredom is good for our kids
- How she encourages kids to read
- What organization looks like in her house (and what responsibilities her kids have)
Make sure you listen until the end of the show where Autumn shares a special free gift for all TOL listeners!
I’ve said it before, and I will say it again, hats off to anyone parenting little ones during a pandemic. I thank Jesus everyday that He spared my kids from having to be educated by me for even a minute. You guys are all rock stars!
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