Do more than just survive your children’s early years…create an all-star team so everyone in the family wins! In Coach Mom, veteran mom of seven, Brenna Stull, shares all her secrets, play by play, which are easy to implement and provide powerful results.
Coach Mom is a comprehensive playbook for organizing your family, your home, and your life for maximum success. It includes tried and true no-nonsense solutions to the problems moms face every day.
-Would you like to know fun ways to cut the chaos, build supportive relationships between siblings and put an end to the bickering?
-Would you like to know simple things you can do each day to empower your children to be their best version of themselves?
-Would you like to know secrets to raising kids who grow up to young adults who know how to do household tasks, have a good work ethic and are a joy for others to be around?
-How would it feel to have your own world in order so that you can focus on others because you aren’t stuck in your own crisis?
-Would you like to feel the satisfaction of finished tasks like having the house clean all at once?
-Would you like ideas on things that you can do to benefit your children and generate an income while being home with them?
-How would it boost your energy and attitude to see your family gladly working together as a team to get tasks done?
As Coach Mom, “you set the pace and tone, you cheer others toward their goals as you reach your own,” says Brenna, ”and you give the pep talk at the end of a hard day.”
Over the last decade, Brenna has helped thousands of moms toward organized, happy and intentional homes through her book Coach Mom, speaking, and her coaching groups. Join the ranks of those who have adopted Brenna as their personal trainer for “momhood”!
Lost Poems of a Functioning Mother
The Endless Journey of Babyloss.
A collection of poetry by a mother of living, stillborn, and miscarried children.
This is a collection of poetry written through the never-ending journey of birthing a stillborn baby. Ashley, a mother of living children as well as a daughter who was stillborn, shares her journey of coping with losing a baby while raising her other children and giving birth after her loss. This collection is truthful, unfiltered, and not sugar-coated. This collection explains the real pain and confused feelings that occur with babyloss. Ashley’s goal with her collection is to show the longlasting effects of babyloss and to show other mothers that they are not alone and they are valid.