An Answer for All of Your Parenting Problems

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If you have little kids – or if you’re pregnant – pay attention. Because I’m about to solve most of the parenting problems you’ve ever had.

Well, I’m not personally going to solve them. In fact, I’m pretty sure you should never take my parenting advice, especially since my 4-year-old said to me this morning, “Mom – what’s my name again?

She was referring to her first name.

Luckily, you don’t have to rely on me, or your friends who don’t know the answers either, or your mom who only remembers the good parts about parenting and can’t remember her children ever throwing a tantrum or not sleeping through the night. (Which sortof gives me hope that I’ll be able to forget those things too.)

Guess what? You don’t even have to read a really long, tedious parenting book to get the answers you need.

Because MomAssembly has them all for you!

They’ve tracked down the leading parenting experts in a variety of topics and created online courses to get you the information you need to know. The courses range in price from free to $30 (but most are around $15) and include several short videos each.

So you get the information you desperately need, delivered by experts who really know their stuff, in bite-sized chunks that you can quickly watch while you’re doing something else. Like feeding your kid. Or making lunch. Or picking up toys. Or… you get the idea.

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I’ll never forget bringing my first baby home from the hospital and realizing very quickly that my husband and I had no clue what we were doing. (Pssst… there’s a course for that.)

And then about three months later, sitting on the couch at 3 am feeding that baby, watching an infomercial, wondering if I would ever get to sleep again in my life – and not having the energy to read the 200-page sleep bible that was guaranteed to get us there.

If only MomAssembly had been around, I could have logged onto their Sleepeasy Solutions course and gotten more sleep immediately! (Seriously – it’s their most popular course because it really, really works!)

Somehow I managed to survive the infant years before MomAssembly existed, but luckily I don’t have to navigate the next few years without them. These days, my kids are 2, 4 and 6 – and pretty much every course MomAssembly offers for this age range sound good to me.

Finally get Simon potty trained? Yes, there’s a class for that.

Get Miles and Alice to stop fighting? Yes, there’s a class for that.

Figure out this whole discipline thing – without losing my mind? Bingo.

There are even courses focused all on the parents – like how to navigate your maternity leave, how to find a nanny that’s a good fit for your family and even tips for coping with postpartum depression. You can see all of the courses that are offered right here.

So if you’ve ever wished that there was an instruction manual for your kids, or you’ve found yourself staring at a stack of parenting books that you know you’ll never read, head on over to MomAssembly and enroll in a course to quickly get the answers you need. From experts that actually know what they’re talking about.

I’m even thinking of buying the Sleepeasy Solutions course for my cousin who is pregnant with her first baby. What a great gift, right?

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This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.


  1. thedoseofreality

    January 14, 2014 at 7:32 am

    I feel like I can certainly use all the help I can get! This parenting gig is tough! 😉

  2. Steph at I'm Still Learning

    January 14, 2014 at 8:10 am

    Four-year olds are funny creatures, aren’t they? That said, MomAssembly sounds great! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Jessica Smock

    January 14, 2014 at 11:11 am

    Yes, I need as much help as possible too! I will definitely check out MomAssembly…

  4. Sisterhood of the Sensible Moms

    January 15, 2014 at 4:17 pm

    Good stuff! Wish the internet had been around when I had kids. (Just kidding, barely.) Ellen

  5. Amy - Funny Is Family

    January 15, 2014 at 6:01 pm

    No one will disagree: I can use all the help I can get.

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