This week we’ve got the Top 5 Favorite Fun Fall Things to Do, how to make the most of the season, and a reminder to take a moment and think about your mental health…you can’t care for your children effectively if you don’t also care for yourself!
The Imperfect Moms’ Club
This week we explore the differences in parenting styles around the world. How do parenting styles in the U.S. differ from those in Denmark, Japan, and Kenya. There’s also a specific method conveniently called P.A.R.E.N.T. that you’re sure to find helpful
Somehow 1 + 1 equals more than two when it comes to raising children. What are the “Terrible Twos” really like? And there are 5 different parenting styles…which style are you???
This week’s episode of Imperfect discusses different parenting styles, r
It’s gonna happen. With autumn’s arrival and school back in full swing, your kids will inevitably get sick. Here’s some life hacks for how to handle it while helping your child and keeping your sanity. Do you know what to do if a fever lasts longer than 3
In this special episode of Imperfect, we chat with licensed family therapist and author Elena Lesser Bruun. Elena shares her expertise in dealing with postpartum depression, detecting early warning signs in child behavior, and helping kids cope with the p
This week on Imperfect, the ladies share ideas for making your child’s birthday party awesome, and doing it on a budget! Popular trends in parties are discussed, and a secret DIY recipe for great ice cream. Join us this week…there will be cake!
Lisa and Brittany return, providing an update on back-to-school. They discuss an article showing, unsurprisingly, student test scores slipped during Covid, followed by the child’s perspective on Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs in this engaging and informative
Brittany shares advice – as both a parent and a teacher – on setting your child up for success in the coming school year. Great, timely advice to make the most of this exciting time of the year!
This week Lisa interviews Krisler Bailey, reacting to a study of how best to encourage kids with household tasks. While Lisa’s oldest is 2 and Krisler’s is 9, both ages can eagerly participate with mom’s activities in an engaging way that helps form good