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Parents Mark you calendar for a #Free #LEGO #ToysRUs Event 10/17/15

Hey Moms and Dads Mark your calendar – Visit any US Toys“R”Us store on Saturday, October 17 from 12-2 pm for a LEGO building event and take home a #Free Mini #LEGO City Kayak! #ToysRus
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Event intended for children ages 6-up. Parental supervision required at all times. All giveaways and event materials available while supplies last and distributed to participating children only. Limit one per child. Quantities limited. No rain checks.

Navigating Emotions for Parents Ebook Review

Today I received an eBook to review called Navigating Emotions for Parents from Presenceparenting.com
To win your own copy of the ebook, enter at my giveaway here!

It seems like a bible for the emotions that sometimes get the best of you as a parent.  I like that it guides you and suggests ideas in a gentle manor.  If you are having a hard time with any kind of issue with keeping your emotions organized, then this book should help you.

The first line in this book asks you an important question?
“Would you like to choose how you respond when parenting feels intense?”

If you say yes or maybe, then this book is a no brainer.  Navigating Emotions can help you and your family and your kids become more harmonious if you follow the guidelines.  The book is only 28 pages, but it is FULL of wonderful suggestions.  It doesn’t feel like a lecture, just a guidance from mom to other parents.

This book guides you for occasions like how to navigate around that you yelled at your child then felt bad afterwards.  Or when you feel angry and the emotion keeps getting stronger and stronger the more your child misbehaves.  Everyone has been there as a parent.  Sometimes you had a bad day yourself and take it out on your child with yelling more often.  This book is going to help you handle parenting in a more easy going manner.

I read the book and have definitely applied some lessons to my own behavior.  I love my child up to the sky and down, and the sky never stops going up, but we all get a little angry sometimes!


This book is available on Presenceparenting.com

The author is Amy Phoenix.  She has a lot of information about helping you navigate your feelings and emotions with regards to parenting.  This is a useful website and I feel thankful that it is resource that many parents can go to in need of guidance.

Amy has webinars that you can sign up for free as well (click here to view schedule).  It’s nice to hear real live people talk about the frustration or angers they have or have gone through.  It helps you relate and feel that these are normal emotions.  Sometimes we just need a little help in realizing how to channel them better.

This is what her website says about her:

Meet with Amy

Would you like to use mindfulness and meditation to enhance you and your child’s life? Maybe you would like to learn how to skillfully navigate emotions (yours and theirs) and become clear about discipline? If so, let’s meet!

No issue is too big or taboo.

We meet here and now, wherever you are on your parenting path. No shame, no blame – just presence and simple, practical parenting solutions you can actually use in your everyday life. Deepen your ability to choose your response when parenting feels intense and transform any challenge into an opportunity for clarity, growth, and connection in your family.

Yes, any challenge.

Connect with Amy Phoenix at:
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson. Some links on this page are affiliate links to the product in review.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.