Swings and Roundabouts Magazine

By June 21, 2017Media, Reviews

To set the record straight this isn’t your tra­di­tion­al par­ent­ing book. Spilt Milk Yoga is a book to nur­ture and guide moth­ers along this beau­ti­ful, but also some­what con­fus­ing and frus­trat­ing jour­ney by approach­ing moth­er­hood as a path to greater self-knowledge.

Each chap­ter is short and sweet to meet the needs of the busy moth­er. With­in each chap­ter the author shares her own hon­est, down to earth and humor­ous par­ent­ing sto­ries, a prac­ti­cal prac­tice applic­a­ble to each expe­ri­ence and a guid­ed self-inquiry for moth­ers to con­tem­plate, respond to, devel­op, and record their prac­tice. Ques­tions asked include: Will moth­er­hood ruin my life? What hap­pened to my body, and my career? Am I doing it right? Who’s anger is this? Is an ordi­nary life good enough? How do I achieve any­thing?

This inspi­ra­tional book is for all moth­ers, espe­cial­ly those seek­ing to expe­ri­ence hap­pi­ness, peace and pur­pose in each moment of par­ent­ing and liv­ing, and who want to be more present and con­nect­ed to them­selves and their chil­dren and find their own inner strength, bal­ance and greater self-awareness.

Resource review — Swings and Round­abouts Mag­a­zine for the Ear­ly Child­hood Coun­cil — Issue 31 Spring 2016

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