Passionate Mom Dare

Tuesday, July 22, 2014


I recently stumbled across Susan Merrill and instantly I was hooked to what she had to say. She is the director of iMOM and a mom to five, so I'm fairly certain she has some credibility in the area of parenting... she has written a book called "The Passionate Mom" and it's a universal parenting approach based upon the Old Testament book of Nehemiah.
It's all about what makes us moms the best we can be...it's passion. Passion to teach, protect, study, and prepare her little ones for their future.
I then found her 30-Day Passionate Mom Dare and thought this was something that is not only important, but something I want to genuinely try to incorporate more into my life. Some of these actions require more time, but I know I can learn a lot more about what my children need, think, and feel. Can't we all be a little more passionate??

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  1. I love this! Thanks for sharing. My Sunday School class is a group of parents of young kids (birth-Kindergarten and some with older kids, too) and we're doing this 31 Days of Prayer booklet the month of August. http://familymatters.net/blog/2012/02/01/31-days-of-prayers-for-your-children-diy-prayer-book/
    Thought you might be interested. Kind of along the same lines as this. I'm going to save this for future reference for the moms in our class to do together, too. Thanks again!

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  2. I am going to do this too! Thanks for posting!!!

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  3. This is great! Pinning so I can remember it while baby girl grows out of newborn stage- never too early to start I guess! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Love this. I am doing a post on it as well! I had to mention you since you introduced me to it! Thanks!

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  5. Natasha, Thanks for finding us. I love your passion ;)

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  6. This is amazing! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. This is so great, thanks for sharing!

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  8. Printing this now and so doing this! Thanks so much for sharing!

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