This week’s collection of ebooks is full of practical parenting advice. This isn’t a bundle of theories but a collection of how-to guides to help parents navigate the early years of parenthood. Discover advice from real parents on eating habits, health, potty-training, spending one-on-one time with your children and more!
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The Dad’s Playbook by Ryan Anderson
In The Dad’s Playbook, Ryan shares foundational principles of fatherhood — plays in the playbook, if you will — for guys who enjoy being dads but who don’t always feel like they’re doing a stellar job at it. Believing that most men are better dads than they give themselves credit for, he offers practical ideas to help you build on the things you’re already doing and grow in new ways. Please note that this ebook is written from a Christian world view and contains Biblical insights, but you don’t have to be a Christian to benefit from these concepts.
The Happy Housewife’s Guide to Dealing with Picky Eaters by Toni Anderson
Do you have a picky eater? Toni has…and she’s lived to write about it! A few years ago she said good-bye to dinner time disasters and short order cooking in her home. With a few simple (or maybe not so simple) changes, her kids learned how to try new foods and eat what was served. In this guide, you’ll find out what makes a picky eater, how to determine if you have one, how to involve your child in food preparation, and creative ways to get your child to try new foods!
A Practical Guide to Children’s Health by Kate Tietje
A Practical Guide to Children’s Health is a handbook of basic, well-researched information for parents to turn to when they need help with topics related to health. Broken into three sections — food, health, and environment — you’ll find information on the topics that are important to parents, like super foods, special diets, healthy snack ideas, over-the-counter and prescription medications, vaccines, herbal remedies for common conditions, sleep issues, alternative practitioners, car seat safety, and even schooling and positive discipline. In this guide, Kate examines controversial topics and explains various options concisely to help parents make the decisions that are best for their family.
Potty Train in a Weekend by Becky Mansfield
Potty Train in a Weekend is the only complete guide to potty training you will ever need. In this ebook, Becky shares her proven method for potty training in three days. Not only will you find her step-by-step method for potty training, but also tips for dealing with hurdles such as: ‘They won’t poop on the potty!” or “They were using the potty, but now they are having accidents all of the time!” She also includes tips and stories from other moms to give you all the information you need to potty train the easy way.
51 Frugal Father-Daughter Dates by Ashley Pichea
If you’re looking for inspiration for spending one-on-one time with your little ones, this collection of father-daughter date ideas offers more than 50 opportunities to strengthen that special relationship. While the book title is geared toward fathers and daughters, most of these ideas are perfect for mothers and sons as well. Discover tons of FREE or inexpensive date ideas that kids are sure to love and make regular one-on-one dates a part of your family culture!