Mid-Century Mom

Why Old-Fashioned Parenting Works Best

Are you tired of modern parenting methods that just don’t seem to work? Are you looking for a better way to raise your kids? Look no further than the world of old-fashioned parenting. It’s time to revive the powerful techniques that have been proven effective for generations. According to the renowned parenting expert, John Rosemond, […]

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Vintage Do’s and Dont’s for Raising a Baby (1940s Parenting Advice)

Vintage parenting tips are making a comeback as modern parents look to the past for guidance on raising their children. With the rise of technology and the fast pace of modern life, many parents are turning to the tried-and-true methods of previous generations. By incorporating these timeless techniques into their parenting, modern parents are rediscovering

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How to Have a Nice Family Dinner (When You Have Little Ones Underfoot)

I get asked all the time if it is possible to cook and serve a nice family dinner when you have littles underfoot. And I can tell you, unequivocally, yes. it is possible. It isn’t always easy to know how, though, and often we didn’t learn it in our own families. So here are my

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A REAL Vintage Schedule for Preschoolers

Vintage Schedules For Preschoolers (What a REAL 1940s Expert Recommended)

I really love using vintage schedules. They are so precise about the goals and the actions you take to get there. It’s a lot of fun! I have read the Babywise series, Gina Ford, and Tracy Hogg, but all of the advice they give is just vintage mid-century parenting advice, repackaged for a new audience! This is the vintage schedule for preschoolers that I am using for my youngest children.

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