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It’s no secret that I like books. I have tons of them. No, really, between my husband and me we truly have tons of books! As a matter of fact, before our son arrived, his room was our office and held bookshelves with some of our books. Before his arrival however, we transformed his room into a nursery and banned a slew of (my husband’s) books to our attic…bookshelves and all! Honestly, between the two of us, we could open our own library.

The issue for me is that I rarely make it through reading an entire book. Sad, but oh so true! Because the bulk of my library tends to be from the “Self-Help” category, I’m able to read a chapter here and there as I have time for it or as I’m needing help on a particular subject. This has taken a load of guilt feelings off me for having and buying so many books. I like to think of my books as “cheap therapy”.

So, I thought I’d share a few of my current favorites with you in case you too, can benefit from someone else’s wisdom in raising kids.

Boys Should Be Boys: 7 Secrets To Raising Healthy Sons / Meg Meeker, M.D.

Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters / Meg Meeker, M.D.

Strong Mothers, Strong Sons / Meg Meeker, M.D.

Am I Messing Up My Kids? And Other Questions Every Mom Asks / Lysa TerKeurst

Confident Parenting / Jim Burns

MomSense: A Common-Sense Guide To Confident Mothering / Jean Blackmer

I hope you are able to glean some wisdom as I have, in reading some of these books. If you have recommendations, or have a favorite blog you’d like to share, please comment below.

Happy Reading!

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