Introverted Parenting Week was by far the most popular week in the history of my blog. To my knowledge, there had not been such an extensive look at the lives of introverted parents and parenting introverted children. If you missed it, or want to review, here are the posts:
On Monday, the 3rd day of a 3-day weekend, Chad Jones kicked us off with a heartfelt post about the agony and God-inspired hope of an introverted parent.
On Tuesday, Shelley Batdorf and Sarah Winfrey introduced the idea of parenting as a spiritual discipline, focusing on the practices of community and hospitality.
On Wednesday, Helen Lee explained why good, healthy parenting, especially for introverted parents, involves "not giving my kids my all."
On Thursday, Kristi Cash White introduced us to the gifts (the superpowers, even) that highly sensitive parents bring to their children.
On Friday, Susan Cain gave us 10 tips for parenting an introverted child, leaving many people to wish she was their mom.
And on Saturday, Pastors Joe Smith (that's not a pseudonym) introduced us to the rhythms of parenting can be incorporated into a monastic life.