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Have you ever wished that your baby came with an instruction manual, or even a list of helpful resources for each stage? Even one of those handy notes that moms write for babysitters would be helpful.

Just when your baby turned into a toddler (and then preschooler, kindergartener, pre-teen, etc.), wouldn’t it be wonderful if new manuals arrived on your doorstep?

Parenting is hard work. It’s a guessing game that a lot of moms, especially perfectionists like me, struggle with.

Knowing how to discipline, how to make healthy foods, how to care for a special needs (or in my case, food allergy) child, on top of just staying on top of everyday life can easily be overwhelming.

I certainly don’t have all the answers, and my kids teach me something new every day. But as I’m going through this life as a mom, some of these resources have been so helpful.

If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed, these are some of my favorite parenting resources.

Resources to Make Parenting Easier

Hint: I’ve used these resources over a span of time. Don’t get overwhelmed by everything on this list! Instead, if you’re struggling in one area, like disciplining your toddler or breastfeeding your newborn, start with that resource. As your needs change, feel free to try some of the other resources! Pin this post for later to refer back to some of the resources as you need them.

This post is more than just a list of characteristics of a “perfect mom.” In addition to each characteristic, there’s also a helpful resource to help moms improve in that area.

If you struggle with any aspect of mommy life, these resources will be so valuable.

As you raise kids with a good work ethic, you boost a feeling of community and togetherness as a family.

Regardless of whether your kids seem to have a natural work ethic or need a little “coaching,” these tips can help inspire your kids.

Oh, discipline. Is there ever a right way to discipline kids?

If you and your spouse aren’t on the same page with discipline, check out this guide on creating a unified discipline strategy.

Have you ever lost your temper only to see your child watching you?

If you need to apologize to your child, here are some great tips to make it effective.

And if you need help controlling your temper? I loved From Angry Mom to Peaceful Home (it’s a free five-day email course).

Getting started breastfeeding isn’t always easy, but this list of breastfeeding resources will make your experience a lot better.

Starting a new school can be scary, both for parents and children. These 17 food allergy resources can ease some of your concerns.

As you raise kids with a good work ethic, you boost a feeling of community and togetherness as a family.

Regardless of whether your kids seem to have a natural work ethic or need a little “coaching,” these tips can help inspire your kids.

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