“The Christian Mama’s Guide To Parenting A Toddler” By Erin MacPherson

I received a complimentary copy of “The Christian Mama’s Guide To Parenting A Toddler” By Erin MacPherson as a BookSneeze Blogger. Thoughts are my own.

Christian Mama's Guide To Parenting a Toddler

Erin MacPherson’s “The Christian Mama’s Guide To Parenting A Toddler” aims to tell you “everything you need to know to survive and love your child’s terrible twos“. It suggests what christian moms need to do when the sweet baby’s smiles and snuggles turn to tears and tantrums. Discussing toddler issues from throwing food to potty training to massive fits, the book is filled with sanity-saving advice every christian mom wants to hear.

As you may already know, I have a 2-year old — 27 months old to be exact — so this book is one that I know will apply to me from the moment I read the title. As a first time parent, I’m not really sure about how to deal with certain situations or issues with my little one, especially when every annoying thing happens all at the same time. And that’s why the internet has become like a best friend to me — giving me advice as to what I should do in certain circumstances.

I love that this book is not only funny. It gives the reader christian advice like taking a mom’s time out every now and then, and, yes, praying for ourselves so that we can mold our toddler in such a way that reflects our faith. And for me, that’s important.

I also love that the author’s voice is so apparent in her writing that you’d think she was actually talking to you. Both her christian values and her sense of humor radiate throughout the book.

Overall, I’d say this is worth reading and it makes me want to buy her other “Christian Mama’s Guide books!


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“The Christian Mama’s Guide To Parenting A Toddler” By Erin MacPherson — 18 Comments

  1. As a grandmother to a two year old I can see how this book would be priceless for a new mother. I remember when my kids were going through those toddler years where the word NO was the only word they seemed to know.

  2. Now this this something I wish I’d had when my daughter was a toddler. Those were tough years! Hopefully, it will guide other moms well.

  3. I love reading little books like this! Helps me know I am not alone with some stuggles as a mother! Thank You for the post!

  4. Thank you for your helpful review. It is so important to have Christian books to help us continue to parent with a Christian perspective. Just as you said, we need reminders that we can stop & pray & seek the Lord’s help to parent our children…yes even sometimes negative 2 year olds.

  5. I have a 4, 2 and 1 year old. I find myself pulling my hair out, I am so stressed out. I am looking into this book. Might give me some helpful advice.

  6. i’ve wanted to find a book to give to my daughter, who has a 3 yr. old and an 18 mo. old…and she struggles to give attention to both. this book might just be what i was looking for. thank you much.

  7. My son will be turning two in april, and I can see how this would be a great book for me to read.

  8. I love that their is humor involved in the book and would be a great read for parents.

  9. I need this book! LOL, I’m not a first time mother, but ever experience had been different from the last, and I know that I don’t always make the best decision when I’m frustrated or upset. I’ve been praying a lot for patience. 🙂

  10. I think its great that this book can help and have a funny side to it, I am a christian at work, ( I am being molded ) being a parent , a nana and so on sometimes its good to see the lighter things loll thanks for share