Regret Free Parenting: Win an autographed book from Catherine Hickem, parenting expert

by Sami

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Many of us wish we had a parenting expert in our back pocket that we could just consult at a moment’s notice…well now you can! (Sort of) 😉

I’ll be interviewing Catherine Hickem – parenting expert, founder of Intentional Moms, and author of Regret Free Parenting: Raise Good Kids and Know You’re Doing It Right. Not only do we want you to ask her all those parenting questions you have, but when you do, you’ll have the opportunity to win an autographed copy of her book!

I’ll be interviewing Catherine and posting it here for everyone to see, but we want to hear from you first! So now through June 24, just leave a comment below with your parenting question that you’d like Catherine to answer. When you do, you’ll also be entered to win one of 5 autographed copies of her book that we’ll be giving away.

For an additional entry, post your question on the Intentional Moms Facebook page (make sure you ‘like’ it first!), and you may just get a personal answer from Catherine herself!

So go ahead, ask away! We can’t wait to hear from you and start the dialogue on how to become a Regret Free Parent!

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Intentional-Moms/120920604596777

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1 comment

Christie June 16, 2011 - 8:28 am

Many times, my four (almost five) year old will respond to me with something sassy sounding (and funny). We are very conscious about teaching her to be respectful, but at these times it seems that she is not entirely aware that her response is bordering on disrespectful. How can I clearly define the difference for her?

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