Listen, you’re a good mom

 (seriously.)

Like carpool-queen,

you-can-have-the-last-brownie,

putting-up-with-that-weird-friend-of-theirs-good.

But with so many decisions to make while parenting teenagers, it can be hard to feel confident about your choices… especially when your kids are questioning your every move. 

 

But with so many decisions to make while parenting teenagers, it can be hard to feel confident about your choices… especially when your kids are questioning your every move.

 

So tell me, what’s your current decision-making process?

  1. Phoning a friend (whose advice is oddly specific or not-that-helpful)

  2. Calling your own mom (who tries to help, but somehow just makes you feel worse)

  3. Asking Google (say goodbye to your entire afternoon)

It’s no surprise that all of these things just lead to even more confusion and regret.

You may feel like you’re alone, but I’ve been there.

And I’ve worked with moms just like you.

My name is Allie Irwin. 

I help moms tap into their own parenting wisdom (you’ve got it I promise) so that you can make good decisions, know you’re doing right by your family, and start having more fun.

Basically, I’m a fun, non-judgemental mentor who has been there (with a touch of sassy best friend on the side). 

It’s time to STOP second-guessing yourself and start making choices that you feel good about (maybe even great).

Download my free guide

Parenting Teenagers: How to Stop Second-Guessing Yourself

Parenting Teenagers: How to Stop Second-Guessing Yourself