Parenting Through The Eyes Of Lollipops – The Best Seller


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★★★★★ “Parenting Through the Eyes of Lollipops by Jacqueline Pirtle is the go-to primer for expectant, struggling, or just plain curious parents.”-RED CITY REVIEW – Professional Editorial Review

Do you wish that you could enjoy parenthood more? 
Have you ever wondered what deeper meaning there is to being a Mom or Dad?

In Parenting Through the Eyes of Lollipops Jacqueline Pirtle, a mom herself, carries you through the experience of parenthood by making spiritual and energetic sense of real physical-life parenting scenarios—while, as her highest priority, keeping children’s perspectives in mind. 

This book opens new doors for you to dive into parenthood with fresh zest, plenty of fun, and infinite love for yourself and for your children by teaching you these 3 important pillars to better parenting:

  • The Harmonious Dance
  • It Is Never The Child
  • The Love Cycle of Parenthood

This profound parent-life wisdom can be utilized immediately, so you too can experience a spectacular time with your children, including teenagers, ASAP.

No matter if you are a parent, grandparent, aunt and uncle, or just a lover of life, Parenting Through the Eyes of Lollipops will inspire you to dig deeper into the enjoyment of being alive and being a Mother or Father.

Get ready, this book will leave you with a sweet tooth that is endlessly craving well-feeling parenting and life moments every day!

Here is what readers say:

★★★★★ “After reading her book, I am enjoying more relaxed time with my sons and am really tuned into their perspectives, especially as I listen to them more and help them to become their truest selves.” ~ Verified Amazon Review

★★★★★ “I really recommend this book for ANY parent! It had me crying at points. It helps me to remember what is really important.” ~ Verified Amazon Review

★★★★★ “This is different than any other parenting book I’ve read. The focus is on the spiritual relationship between the parent and child. I love that the book is not trying to “fix” any certain behavior, but rather reminds us to accept and love our children for who they are and to really see them.” ~ Verified Amazon Review