From baby safety to impulsive toddlers, school projects to friendship struggles, as moms we’re given a ton of opportunities to get up in our kids’ business or let them figure it out on their own. This week on the podcast we continue our look at helicopter parenting and the challenge of raising confident, independent kids. Join us!
A huge thank you to listeners who sent in emails and voicemails responding to Part 1 in this series! Listen to the episode to hear a few of your wise words, and to those whose messages didn’t arrive prior to recording day, please continue to send in your thoughts. We love hearing from you!
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Links we mentioned (or should have) in Episode 195:
- How To Raise An Adult, by Julie Lythcott-Haims (affiliate link)
- The Gift of Failure, by Jessica Lahey (affiliate link)
- Sarah’s Go-To Resources for Parenting Toddlers (a roundup of some great websites and books)
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