190: Becoming a Less Angry Mom // Natalie Hixson

Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, featuring Natalie Hixon about becoming a less angry mom.Image of Natalie Hixon and her famly outdoors.

I grew up in a home with extremely nurturing parents who rarely yelled. That made it very shocking to me when as a mother of young kids, I found myself yelling and angry a lot of the time. Where was this rage coming from? I hadn’t seen it modeled by my parents, and I’d honestly…

180: Three Secrets to Helping your Kids Behave Well // Ralphie Jacobs

Listen to Top Motherhood Podcast, 3 in 30 Podcast, featuring Ralphie Jacobs about helping kids behave well. Image of Ralphie Jacobs, woman standing next to a sign.

Ralphie Jacobs is the founder of Simply on Purpose, a positive parenting educational company where the heart of the work is focusing on the good, so the good gets better. Ralphie teaches hundreds of thousands of parents around the world through her Instagram, workshops and audio courses — about looking for the good in their…

166: Using your Own Stories as a Parenting Tool // Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan

Using Your Own Stores as a Parenting Tool | Elizabeth Pagel-Hogan | Top motherhood podcast, 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms, Helping Your Child Learn through Stories, Picture of happy mom with child holding a book, author.

I have loved writing stories all my life. I even remember that one of my favorite Christmas presents as a kid was a little “become an author” kit where it supplied special paper for me to write a story and draw the pictures, then send the pages to a company that would bind it as…

132: Inspiring Bravery in our Kids // Ashley Aikele and Elyse Beard

Inspiring Bravery in our Kids through Role Models with host of top motherhood podcast, 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms, Rachel Nielson and Ashliey Aikele and Elyse Beard | How to be Brave by popular US mom podcast, 3 in 30: image of Ashely Aikele and Elyse beard standing together with all of their kids.

What does it mean to be brave? I asked my two kids their thoughts on how to be brave and I loved their answers. Sally, who is 5, said, “It means to fight in a war or something.” Noah, who is 8, said “To stand up for other people and to face your fears.” My…