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Pleasure-Seeking Parenting: An Intro

What is Pleasure-Seeking Parenting?

This is a guide with entertaining and enlightening secrets to get what you want out of your children.

So you’re a parent.  But are you a pleasure-seeking parent?

There comes a time in every parent’s journey when they come to a realization.  Tired and stressed, they finally become aware of what must be done.  What’s more entertaining than being ran over by your kids?  Making them work for you.  But how do you manage that?  By planting subtle little seeds along the way.  Sitting around eating bon bons while your kids make dinner is a lot more entertaining then doing it yourself.

Now, this doesn’t mean you don’t do things for them.  Your effort to get up in the morning to greet them with hugs and kisses is your parenting contribution.  You don’t slave over a hot stove cooking them breakfast, but you do show them how to put a piece of bread into the toaster and praise their every little effort.  Housekeeping is boring, but you know how to bribe your kids to get it done.  They still haven’t learned how to make your before dinner cocktail, but you can’t teach them everything at once.

Now, this in not your average parenting handbook.  It’s not written by a psychologist with a PhD in family development.  Your perfect friend with the perfect kids doesn’t need to read this.  (In fact, I wouldn’t even mention this guide to her.)  Your perfect friend already knows how to keep her house tidy and can cook wholesome whole food meals from scratch.  No, the pleasure-seeking parent has the perfect home.  It’s perfect because it’s ran the way she desires it to be ran. Her children know how to take care of her, and she feels blessed to be called mother.

So start taking delight in your parenting journey!  Start doing what you want to be doing!  Whether it’s siting around eating decadent chocolate while reading a 600 page novel, or drinking morning mimosas with your friends, the Pleasure-Seeking Parenting guide will show you how to live out the life of your dreams.  You’ll know how to say and do the right things to manipulate your children into fulfilling your demands while you live a life of leisure.

It can be difficult to get everything you want done in one day.  After all, there are only 24 hours in a day and half of that time you need to rest.  Raising children demands much energy!  It’s not easy letting go of the guilt of sitting around while your kids are busting it to get the chores done.  It takes a lot of practice watching Food Network or letting your mind wander as your busy little beavers whip the house into shape.

This guide will help you escape the chains of parenthood and to reclaim your life.  From tips on keeping your kids in bed longer to how to score free childcare, this guide will stir the nurturing instincts of every parent.  It’s time to take control of your days (and nights) by controlling what is yours!  This is your circus!  It’s time to train those monkeys!

Pleasure-Seeking Parenting Guide Post #1: Good Morning, Sunshine!

Pleasure-Seeking Parenting Guide Post #2 Morning Routine

Pleasure-Seeking Parenting Guide Post #3 Parenting Fails

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Pleasure-Seeking Parenting: An Intro

  1. Anady J Jensen

    Well, it looks like we live right down the road from each other. How fun! Being a mom who lives majority of her time in a wheelchair having a kept house and kids is a must! I see God’s grace in our life daily and am blessed for that. I remember who I was as child living on a farm with a 1/4 garden and being made to do. Hearing what comes out of my mouth and their responses are so exciting for me. There are those days though I’m lost for words and stuff needs to be taken care of. I’m honestly looking forward to more of what you have to say on this topic.

    1. Christa Brown Post author

      Hi Anady! Yay! You’ll have to pm me on where you live! That’s exciting! Wow! You must have a lot of tips! I can’t wait to hear them. My grandparents had a farm and garden and I loved going out to help them. Looking forward to connecting more with you!

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