319: A parent manifesto, a WTOO-approved show for kids, and more in today’s Parenting News Roundup!

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– A parenting book about showing up
– A new action-adventure podcast for kids ages 8 to 12
– An awesome ninja tactic for handling your child backtalk and disrespect
– A manifesto for parents by a beloved author
What do these all have in common?
They dive into the positive and important beliefs their creators have about raising kids – and being parents – in today’s busy and frazzled world.
Listen in to this week’s episode for lots of parenting news that will help you formulate and live your beliefs!
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Click here for Shieldstar Knights, the new podcast from the people who bring us Live Above the Noise.
(I interviewed Rob and Wayne of Live Above the Noise in episode 317 of my show, and they interviewed me in their show too!)

Click here for the book The Power of Showing Up. Rob and Wayne interview Tina Payne Bryson, one of the authors, in this episode of Live Above the Noise.

Click here for the YouTube video “How to handle backtalk and disrespect,” and click here for championsforlife.com, the website for the people who gave us “pre-framing,” the new ninja tactic for handling the backtalk and the disrespect.

Click here for Brene Brown’s Wholehearted Parenting Manifesto.

Click here for my conversation on the Mindful Mama Mentor podcast with Hunter Clarke-Fields.

Click here for my book Educating Happy Kids. (It’s the one where I dive into Erik Erickson’s psychosocial stages of human development, which comes up in my conversation on Hunter’s show above.)