I’ve always said, “I wish there was a rule book for parenting.” Of course, if there was one, I’d probably not following it closely enough to benefit from its instruction. Like the way I handle a recipe, I’m pretty good at getting together the ingredients and setting the oven at the right temperature, but when I start putting it all together, I tend to not read the fine print and go offer on a “little bit of this” and a “little bit of that” direction.
I suspect, I’d do the same with a parenting rule book. However, I know for sure, after fifteen years of parenting, that there are a few “rules” I’m passionate about adhering to. They are ingrained in how I approach my role as a mom. And they are most certainly inspired by Scripture, with a few have been passed onto me from older, wiser parents who’ve seen the impact of these particular rules.
I’d love for you to come join me over at The Better Mom, where I’m sharing about The Four Parenting Rules I Won’t Ever Quit Using. I pray that these ideas will inspire you to press on in your parenting and help renew your effort, no matter what season and stage you find yourself in.
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