Do you ever wish you had a go-to resource for all your parenting questions and challenges? At Sleeping Should Be Easy, you’ll get tips and advice on raising kids, early education, family life, being a working mom and raising twins.
I’ve found that so many moms struggle with parenting, which is why my passion is providing helpful, insightful and supportive advice for the mom who feels lost or exasperated with raising kids.
Because if you’re like me, you face both the joys and the challenges of parenthood.
Maybe you’re fed up with your child’s outbursts and wonder how many tantrums is too much or want to address misbehavior with empathy and patience. You’re struggling with balancing parenthood, work and your home. A few of you might even be parents of twins and need resources.
You’ve come to the right place.
Since 2010, Sleeping Should Be Easy continues to make an impact:
“Hi Nina, Thanks so much for your generosity and for sharing these emails. They make me smile and feel understood every time I open them.” – Rosa
“I love your blog/ articles – they speak to my situation each day with fabulous coping strategies.” -Melanie
“So excited to read these resources, I’ve been bragging on your blog for weeks since I’ve found it!! My husband loves it too.” -Cassie
“Nina, thank you for your blog, it is transforming my parenting.” -Leslie
“I told you in the past but I can tell you again, I LOVE your blog!! I’ve been following you almost since my baby was born. Learning tons of tips from you. Back then I was looking for myself as a new mom and your blog really fit my need! Now my son is 2.5 and recently started to challenge me, so I jumped to your website again to find new pearls… and I did!!!! You are awesome, thank you!” -Noémi
I began Sleeping Should Be Easy as an online journal about being a mom. I recorded milestones, described outings, and most importantly, I wrote parenting lessons. The blog gained momentum and resonated with other parents going through the same things.
Many wrote saying the articles helped them handle their own conflict with their kids. Others admitted they felt frustrated with parenting and found answers in the blog. Friends in my ‘real life’ who read the blog came to me with questions, looking for advice.
What this blog isn’t
You won’t find arguments for or against particular ways of parenting. I won’t persuade you to vaccinate, breastfeed or go to work. So, while I talk about breastfeeding or working moms, I share them because of my experiences. They’re by no means a call to end all formula-feeding or to tell every mom to work outside the home.
What you’ll find
Instead, we’ll discuss child development and behavior. Communicating better with our little ones, and staying sane when parenting gets the best of us. You’ll learn how to discipline a toddler who deliberately disobeys and why you should intervene when adults overwhelm your child.
Hopefully each time you read the blog, you’ll walk away with more tips and motivation on how to be a better parent. This is the useful and insightful parenting advice you’ll find here. Stuff you can apply immediately, to things to think about and implement in the long run.
And no guilt trips, either. We’re all in this together and make the same mistakes and learn the same lessons. Every article I write will help, inspire or motivate. You’ll find tips to make your life easier as well as advice to help you through the challenges of parenthood.
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Who am I?
I’m Nina, a mom to three boys, including twins. I’ve been happily married to my husband for seven years. I’m a Southern Cali girl, hence the references to beautiful weather and unbelievable traffic (they’re all true). And I cook almost every night—and actually like it.
I also wrote books and courses about parenting, twins and helping children learn. See my store right here.
Besides parenting, some of the topics I’m passionate about include:
- Education: encouraging children to learn and succeed in school, careers and in their lives.
- Personal finance: learning how to live with enough, living frugally and finding ways to earn more income.
- Our food systems: growing and buying local food.
- Psychology and sociology: learning about how we behave and think the way we do.
- Social justice: supporting women and girls especially in the developing world.
- Dancing! I can’t run for five minutes, but get me on the dance floor and I can get down for hours 🙂
The blog has grown thanks to the SSBE community. Readers like you who turn to the blog for information. To discuss thought-provoking topics and share parenting tips in the comments.
Again, welcome! Thanks for reading along and joining me.
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