2014 Parenting Reading Challenge

So, since having my In the Middle Reading Challenge, I have been looking for another challenge to take part in! And I think I’ve found the right one for me – the 2014 Parenting Reading Challenge. The blog originally hosting this challenge is unfortunately gone (as of 6/7/15 when I checked), but I’ve decided to stick with it anyways. The goal of this challenge is to read parenting (or parenting related books – ie parenting memoirs, as one example) books and I picked this a) because I like to always grow my knowledge as a mom/parent and b) because I actually really like to read parenting books. And then discard all the advice (just kidding – sort of – you have to pick with those parenting books, they’re not all winners).

It’s hard to know what level I want to pick. It says books read up to this point in 2014 can count, but I am honestly not sure what I have read this far and I’m also (honestly) a bit too lazy to go back and look. So I’ll just start afresh from here. I had a hard time picking what level, but I think I’m settling on Toddler, in honor of Dominic, which is 6-8 books by the end of 2014. I think it’s doable and if I have to I can always go back and check at the titles I’ve recorded reading for this year.

So here I go. Watch as these spots fill up!

1. All Joy and No Fun: The Paradox of Modern Parenthood by Jennifer Senior

2. Help for Frazzled Moms

3. Parenting on Your Knees: Prayers and Practical Advice for the Preschool Years 

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