Things have changed so dramatically since your children have got older.
Have you noticed how busy things have become and your scrambling to keep up with everything and everyone!
You thought that when the kids got older things would be easier! Right?
Your evenings are spent as a taxi driver
Organising everyone is a mammoth task
Always nagging for someone to do something
The fridge is constantly running empty
Their friends are always coming and going
All the emotions – both theirs and yours!
Helping them stay on track at school
Managing the screens has become a nightmare
Do you look into your toolbag of parenting tricks and find it’s almost empty?
We can feel like the wheels are falling off a fast-moving vehicle now that our kids have reached double-digits and developed a social life.
You are not alone friend!
I want to help you take back the control in your home and in your motherhood.
I don’t want you to just hang in there till they’ve finally left home.
All that leads to is strained relationships and resentment.
You can absolutely enjoy your teenagers, in fact, they can be the best years for your family.
Don’t waste another minute feeling like you can’t do this.
This is a brand new stage for your family, a new chapter.
You have to get on the same page with them, your kids have become young people. They’re no longer toddlers or little kids at primary school, they are fast becoming young adults.
Although they may not show it all the time, sometimes you see glimpses of the young man or woman they’re becoming.
(For better or worse, am I right!?)
You, the mum, the parents have the ability to set the pace, the vibe, and the atmosphere of your home.
New stage, a new game, which means NEW RULES!
I want to show you tools and resources for this new adventure
Help you know what to expect and what is normal
How to have a discussion and it not turn into an argument
Get your kids helping around the house, being a little thoughtful
Teaching them to be responsible for their own time and commitments
Simplify and streamline tasks so you’re not responsible for everything
Teach them how to manage their money and look after what they own
All of this will, in turn, have a direct impact on you as a person, as a mother, and as parents in general.
Most of all I want you to be able to manage the madness of raising amazing young people and come out of it all with a relationship you will treasure.