Blog Buddy’s Book


My apologies, especially to Nina(!), for accidentally hitting the send button instead of the schedule button on this. TODAY, October 18, is the actual launch day of her book. My apologies to those of you who received this post early and with broken links. This is what I get for trying to be ahead of the game. The lesson learned is that I should never try to work ahead. Procrastination is much better. 😉

I’ve been a long-time follower of Nina at Sleeping Should be Easy because she’s brilliant, and she gives great advice. Even though I don’t always fall into the category of parent she’s targeting in her blog posts (like that of a toddler), I find myself reading anyway because she always makes terrific points.

At long last, she has put her wisdom into a book with the apropos title: Parenting with Purpose: How to Raise Well-Behaved Children and Build a Strong Parent-Child Relationship.

And guess what, folks? The book launches TODAY! (Do you hear the trumpet blasts?)

State Trumpeters are pictured during preparations for the royal wedding of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton. (BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images) I'd say the book launch is at least this important on a global scale to the royal wedding.

State Trumpeters during preparations for the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. (BEN STANSALL/AFP/Getty Images)
I’d say the book launch is at least as important as the royal wedding.

parentingwithpurposeCheck out this cool, sleek cover and read all about the book here. Let’s support a fellow blogger and writer by picking up a copy of her book here. If you don’t have young children, consider getting the book as a gift for someone you know who does.

Here’s what one blogger had to say:

“I love Nina’s book, Parenting with Purpose. It teaches parents how to handle the struggles that come with raising kids in a way that will have the best outcome, with intention and purpose. She gives you advice you can use on a daily basis on how to best handle situations so you can ENJOY your time spent with your kids. This book is wonderful if you struggle with your child’s behavior, but at the same time, it is also for any parent who wants to have an amazing bond with her child that will continue to strengthen over the years.” -Becky Mansfield, Your Modern Family


11 responses »

  1. Haha procrastination has its perks 😉 Thanks so much for highlighting the book, Betsy! And to your readers, you can download the eBook Kindle version free today until 10/22!


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