The stress of quarantine parenting is real. As moms, we have more pulling at us now than ever before… working from home, educating at home, and juggling all of our other responsibilities as well. Actually, saying it’s stressful is an understatement. Join Erin and Brooke for today’s episode as they interview David Thomas and Sissy Goff, authors of Are My Kids on Track: The 12 Emotional, Social & Spiritual Milestones Your Child Needs to Reach and counselors to families in Nashville, TN. David and Sissy offer practical advice and wisdom for parents like:
- How to know if you’re coping in an unhealthy way
- Healthy ways to deal with the stressors related to Covid-19 parenting
- How to recognize signs that our kids need more attention and help from us during quarantine
- And more!
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Are you feeling weary?
Today, if you’re feeling worn out, worn down, weary—may we offer you some hope?
There is a God who loves you, sees you, and wants to empower you with truth that can set you free to experience joy, peace, and even purpose in your mothering. You just have to want Him to.
Stacey Thacker and Brooke McGlothlin created a 5-day devotional series based on their book, Hope for the Weary Mom: Let God Meet You in the Mess, to help you get started on this journey of overcoming weariness and choosing to live a hope-filled life.
It’s called Dear Weary Mom, and is a series of letters from their heart to yours—a perfect place to find the God who wants to meet you in your mess.