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Welcome to the Tired Mom Supermom blog! I am so happy you’re here.

Tired Mom Supermom is committed to providing readers with science-based, easy-to-understand parenting advice.

I concentrate on evidence-based empirical research and neuroscience studies that can assist parents in promoting healthy brain development and achieving the greatest results for their children.

The aim is to assist parents in raising a new generation of healthy, happy, successful, and well-adjusted children without depending solely on anecdotes, views, or ideology.

Parenting is a topic on which many individuals have strong feelings, generally based on their personal experiences or views.

We all want the best for our children, but reliable knowledge can be difficult to come by at times, so we often rely on wisdom passed down through generations.

While some conventional parenting ideas are correct, research has discredited many of them.

Scientists and psychologists today understand far more about child development than they ever have before. We can comprehend the guts and bolts of effective parenting practice from a scientific standpoint by using the most recent psychological research and neuroscience breakthroughs.

Parents may now securely pick parenting techniques that have been proved to be beneficial to their children on both the inside (mental health) and the outside (physical health) (physical health).


My name is Elizabeth…

I am a stay-at-home mom who is a huge advocate for Positive Parenting and teaching parents how to teach children how to grow up and be awesome adults who can contribute to society.

I would love to clarify right off the bat that I do not have any professional training on the subject of parenting. No social work degree or even childhood education. I do however have one year of psychology from college as the subject is truly fascinating to me. Learning about human behaviours was really fun in college, but raising my own children is a whole different story!

Most of all, I love to share what my life is like with my 3 kids. I mostly write about family life and dealing with difficult parenting situations in a positive way. I only ever write about situations I’ve been in, and how I have (or should have) solved them. I do my research too, just so you have the proper information at your disposal. Any Phsyocology based articles are written with proper research and all the references are cited for your own research should you choose to look into any topic further.

I have been featured in Learning Success, Put The Kettle On, Mom Files and many other blogging websites for my parenting insights.

I learn new things about my kids every day, and this Parenting journey is not an easy one.

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What Is A Supermom anyway?

A Supermom to me is a Momma, trying her very best. Whether you are a mommy who allows a ton of screen time or a momma who bakes every day with her kids, you are enough.

The most important thing you can provide for your children is your love and attention. If you are there for your kids when they need you most, you are Supermom.

Supermom doesn’t have to mean a sparkly house, dinner on the table just in time for hubby’s arrival from work, and freshly bathed kids every night before bedtime.

While that sounds like a 50’s housewife and their responsibilities, this isn’t the case anymore. Women should not have to be perfect, always smiling, baking pies, and wearing clean uncomfortable outfits all day long to please our husbands.

You may dream that a Supermom is your “Betty Draper” from Mad Men, but remember that she had kids who didn’t respect her and a housekeeper who kept the home perfect.

When you clicked on my blog, you may have thought that I was a stuck-up superhuman mommy who has all her poop in a group with perfect routines and lovely children. That is simply not the case, because as much as I believe to be a Supermom, my definition of Supermom is most likely different than most.

Do You Want To Make Money From Home?

If you want to be like me and make a monthly income that pays some bills and contributes to family finances, you can start a blog as I did or find something else from my very informative post on simple jobs for stay at home moms.

Thank you so much for stopping by my little mommy blog. I hope you enjoy reading through my journey as a Tired Mom Supermom and share your stories with me, I’d love to hear them! 

Tired Mom Supermom has been mentioned in publications such as Fatherly.com, Putthekettleon, Daisies and Diapers, living with peas and Imperfectly Perfect Mama.