“Spiritual Parenting in the First Five Years”

41sprIJdN6L._SX348_BO1,204,203,200_When I was pregnant I read so many baby & pregnancy books. As time passed I read a variety of parenting technique books. Everything from Ferberizing (which i hated), to Love Languages for Children, (which I loved.) Honestly I never thought about developing my child’s spirituality in the early years. I read how to get them to sleep, play nice, share, eat blah blah blah. In retrospect, Spiritual Parenting seems pretty important

I just read an eBook titled “Spiritual Parenting in the First Five Years” by Callie Grant

This is a quick easy read with some great tips. You can purchase Callie Grant’s e-book here on Amazon!

It is a worthwhile purchase at $5.00

Here is a brief synopsis. I hope you mommas enjoy it.

Expecting parents have nine months to plan and attend classes before the baby arrives. Traditionally, most of that time is devoted to preparing for the child’s physical needs. But what about the baby’s spiritual needs? Callie Grant, founder of the Christian publishing company Graham Blanchard, lays out five Bible-based principles for the care and feeding of a new child’s inner life. The first few years of a child’s life are developmentally the most important. Parents can maximize this vital window to teach their children about who God is, and how they are made to be in a relationship of peace, joy and love with him.



By Just your average momma

Hi There,
My name is Kris. I am a full time working married working momma of 3 Cherubs. They are 18, 16, & 12. My to my dismay I am 48.
I am your pretty average mom. I love dark chocolate, I am tired and cranky quite often, I am about 10 lbs too heavy and I am crazy in love with my family. I am not particularly artistic or talented, although I am a pretty good cook. I am an OK wife and momma on my best days. I have strong faith, but falter daily. I am not at all feeling sorry for myself, in fact I like some me quite a bit. I tell you this because I am surrounded by this amazing group of beautiful artistic talented women, who are great mommas and wives, who have beautiful faith and you know what? They think they are just average mommas too. So I am taking my average hands on experience and throwing it out for all you other average mommas.

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