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CEOMOM Book Club: Princess Cupcake Jones

The ability to write children’s books is a unique gift. Creating characters that are not only visually appealing, but are relatable to young readers is no easy feat. Ylleya Fields has taken it a step further to create children’s books centered on a character her children and those like them can relate. Princess Cupcake Jones…

CEOMOM Book Club: Willie the Curious Panda

One of the challenges of parenthood is talking to your kids about faith. With such young minds, it can be challenging to help them understand what it means to believe in something greater than themselves. Dr. Sheila Smart is an author and poet who has made it her mission to teach kids about faith. Through…

CEOMOM Book Club: Cheers to Him

A hero can be defined as a role model, someone with special achievements or personal qualities. In our eyes, Ciera Young, author of Cheers to Him, is a hero. She was able to take unhealthy relationships, depression and abuse and turn them into life lessons not only for herself, but for other women, including her…

CEOMOM Book Club: Low Sugar, So Simple

From salad dressings and sauces to cheese to our favorite desserts, sugar is in everything. Sugar is quickly becoming one of America’s greatest addictions, making the need for healthy recipes that reduce or eliminate it vital to maintaining optimal health. This healthy, grain-free granola is great for your gut, and offers endless possibilities for your…

CEOMOM Book Club: My Journey Towards A NEW ME by Dr. Estrelita Bruce

There’s an inspirational quote that says, “You can’t heal what you won’t reveal.” Transparency and honesty are vital components to begin your journey towards emotional and mental healing from trauma and loss. Dr. Estrelita Bruce (Dr. E) of A NEW ME has written an important book to help women navigate through life’s challenges. Her transparency…

CEOMOM Book Club: Teaching Kids Diversity: “Sonya Sahni and the First Grade”

Teaching diversity to children can be challenging and intimidating for parents. With the current political and social climate of America, it has become more relevant that parents take the initiative to help children understand cultural differences. Our efforts to teach diversity to kids must be intentional and strategic to ensure age appropriate understanding. Dr. Soma…

CEOMOM Book Club: Six Ways to Get Your Child Through a Stressful Situation

“She has a brain tumor.” I hated those words. My sweet, never-hurt-anyone’s-feelings-on-purpose (except maybe her brothers’) daughter had a tumor in her head. That was why she tripped more than usual and her hand rested in strange positions. And if we didn’t go in for neurosurgery, her movement, her sight, and her mind would all…

CEOMOM Book Club: Meet Annie Parnell, Author of Missy Piggle Wiggle Book Series

In 1947, Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle made her debut in a series of books centered on misbehaving children and magical cures. Although written decades ago, the stories and lessons depicted in Mrs. Piggle Wiggle are as relevant today as they were then. Annie Parnell, great granddaughter of original author Betty MacDonald, understands the sustainability of Mrs. Piggle-Wiggle’simpact on modern parenting. In collaboration…

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