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LETA HAMILTON - The Way of the Toddler

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Author, radio show host, motivational speaker, spiritual advisor to moms everywhere seeking to find meaning & balance in the midst of poopy diapers & piles of laundry. Leta Hamilton draws upon her lifelong study of the Spiritual Truths at the heart of all religions to formulate effective, sustainable ways to prevent the craziness and chaos of modern motherhood from overwhelming even the most harried mother. Born the daughter of a Navy Chaplain, she was exposed to all walks of life and learned from her father the value of tolerance, kindness and mutual support. As an adult, she has lived in Italy, Japan and the United Kingdom. She has worked in both the corporate world and as a full-time mom. In her own search to find meaning and balance in the midst of poopy diapers and piles of laundry, she has dedicated her life to helping other mothers redefine what it means to be a successful mother raising successful children. As a mother to 1, 3 and 5 year old boys, she draws upon the inexhaustible material of her day-to-day life to make everything she teaches relatable and real. n her book, The Way of the Toddler: The Craziness of Modern Motherhood and the Spiritual Lessons I Learned from My Zen Masters in Diapers, she writes about her experiences as a mother with “great humor, honesty and insightfulness and translates them into spiritual lessons. She shares what she has learned from her Zen Masters about loving, judging, being in the now, relationships, and so much more.”* When Leta speaks in front of audiences or is interviewed by the media, she shares her formulas for writing a Mission Statement for Motherhood and Zen-like parenting with her D-I-A-P-E-R for life (not just for babies). In her weekly radio show aired on the “I’m Thankful™” Network, she shares her mission, and her passion, to create greater context in parenting and open the conversation about what we can learn from the innate wisdom and natural spirituality of our Zen Masters in Diapers.