No More Perfect Kids!

Here’s a book I know we can all use!


Jill Savage from Hearts at Home and Dr. Kathy Koch have written a new book!


No More Perfect Kids is a book that will help you as a mom to know you are not alone. You have imperfect kids. We ALL have imperfect kids.

Hearts at HomeCelebrate Kids, Inc, and Moody Publishers have put together an incredible package of parenting tools for anyone who buys the book from now until March 23!

Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the bestselling book The Five Love Languages, says, “Few things in life are more satisfying than succeeding as a parent. No More Perfect Kids will help you do just that!”

If you pick up the No More Perfect Kids book (e-book or hard copy from any brick and mortar store or online retailer) anytime between March 13 – 23, 2014, you will be eligible to receive over $100 in free resources!

Here’s how it works:

1) Buy the No More Perfect Kids book between March 13 and March 23
2) Scan or take a picture of the receipt
3) email a copy of your receipt to [email protected]
4)Within 24 hours your will receipt a reply with a link and password to unlock you free resources!

So what is included in the bonus offers?  It’s over $100 of incredible parenting resources!

Here’s what you’ll get:

4 Printables:

  • You’re Special Poster
  • I Corinthians 13 for Parents Poster
  • Compliments and Corrections Booklet by Dr. Kathy Koch
  • Conversation Starters for Parents and Grandparents Booklet by Dr. Kathy Koch

4 Hearts at Home Audio Workshops:

  • When You Feel Like Screaming–Sue Heimer,
  • Getting Inside the Head of Your Kid–Shaunti Feldhahn
  • Raising Grateful Kids–Marianne Miller
  • Real Ways to Connect with Your Kids–Kathi Lipp

3 E-Books:

  • A Perfect Pet for Peyton by Gary Chapman,
  • How Am I Smart? by Kathy Koch
  • The 10 Commandments of Parenting by Dr. Ed Young

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You’ll also want to check out where you’ll find free videos to accompany the No More Perfect Kids book and other great resources!

What a wonderful opportunity this is to get some great parenting resources at an incredible price! Tell your friends, your moms group, and any other parent who would benefit from this wonderful opportunity!

Today, I’m giving away a copy of No More Perfect Kids! To enter for a chance to win, answer this question: What is one area you think moms wish their kids were perfect? If you’re busy, just say “I’m in!”




  1. Mom’s (me including) want/hope their kiddos will act like perfect little angels outside the home. Be the perfect student that the teacher adores, the perfect little guest at a friends house with perfect manners, never interrupting, always speaking with discernment, always showing grace for others, waiting ever so patiently in lines and for turns . . . I could go on and on. Of course,
    I also wish they would act that way at home too:). This made me think – maybe I need a little reminder to act with such manners and grace in my home too.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      Amen to all those Amy! I remember wishing when my kids were in elementary school that they were more quiet with perfect manners…than I looked at their mom and got it!

  2. 1. well-behaved in public
    2. not interrupting while on the phone (or at any other time)
    3. get along with their siblings all the time
    4. no whining, especially when asked to do something : )

    I think as parents we see our weaknesses in our children and want them to be better at conquering those weaknesses than we were/are. So we get after them more when they display those tendencies in order to “help” our children conquer those weaknesses.

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      I love how you put “help” in quotes, Brenda! True!

  3. Mary-Margaret says:

    We want our kids to behave “perfectly” in public, whether that is at school, at soccer practice, at a restaurant, etc. (respect others, display kindness, show manners).

    1. Lynn Cowell says:

      So true!And when they don’t behave “correctly” we feel that is a reflection on us when maybe it is more a reflection on their age.

  4. Virginia Walter says:

    We, and especially I, want our kids to be perfectly behaved, in public and at home. My son is in this phase of screaming! It is hard to take him anywhere because of the looks I get when he does that. I haven’t been able to figure out how to stop it. I frequently forget that he is just 18 months old and is learning his voice, and when he does it, it makes him happy. I need to get better at allowing my kids to be kids! 🙂

  5. Melissa K. says:

    I wish my kids were perfect in their desire to achieve. The fear of failure is crippling and if not addressed at a young age, this will cripple for life. It’s much harder the older you get. I wish my daughter would forget her fear of failure or she’ll never REALLY experience life.

  6. Mythyl T. says:

    Only one area? Oh man. Hehehe. Anyway, the area which I wish my kids are perfect in is obedience. They’re generally good but still we have to work more on obeying right away. I would love love to have this new book; it’ll be a great resource. Thanks in advance!

  7. Katie Rettig says:

    Behavior….which is hard because I see my bad behavior being reflected back to me in their actions.

  8. Jill and Kathy offer so much wisdom! Looking forward to finishing the book!

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