Holly Crawshaw

Holly Crawshaw is a writer and editor who eats sour candy and laughs at her own jokes. A self-proclaimed cat-lady, Holly was on staff with North Point Ministries for eight years, working with volunteers, kids, and students. Holly currently serves as Lead Writer for Life Stage Strategies at Orange/The Rethink Group. Holly is raising three daughters, Lilah (the silly one), Esmae (the charming one), and Sailor (the sweet one) in her hometown of Cumming, GA.

5 Things I Want My Daughters to Know About Confidence | Parent Cue Blog

Character and Values | Elementary (K-5th) | Featured | Imagine The End

5 Things I Want My Daughters to Know About Confidence

It’s important to have regular conversations with our kids that reveal what they really believe to be true about themselves. Read More
Co-Parenting Through the School Year | Parent Cue Blog

Family Life | Featured | School Life | Special Topics

Co-Parenting Through the School Year

When you put your personal pride to the side for the sake of your kids, you are doing all that you can do. The rest? You have to let it… Read More
8 Ways to Salvage a Bad Parenting Day | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Mental Health | Other Resources

8 Ways to Salvage a Bad Parenting Day

If the day is taking an emotional nosedive, it’s up to us to right it. That’s a big responsibility. But it’s so important.   Read More
How to Help My Kid Find Their Confidence at Every Phase | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Imagine The End | Phase

How to Help My Kid Find Their Confidence at Every Phase

Developmentally, kids are wired to subconsciously wrestle with a specific tension. And how we resolve (or don’t resolve) that tension has the power to build or erode a kid’s confidence. Read More
5 Ways to Connect With Other Parents This Summer | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Self Care | Social Life

5 Ways to Connect With Other Parents This Summer

Don’t get lost in the “parenting phase” forever. You’re still you—an individual, separate from your kids or partner. Read More
5 Tips on Co-Parenting After Divorce | Parent Cue Blog

Family Life | Featured | Special Topics

5 Tips on Co-Parenting After Divorce

I try very hard to only say positive things about my girls’ dad. The truth is, I’ve got no clue what he went through. All I know is what I… Read More
The Dreams I Had for My Child Aren't Coming True | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Imagine The End

The Dreams I Had for My Kid Aren’t Coming True

If you’ve been a parent for longer than fifteen minutes, you know that when it comes to predicting the future for your kid, your expectations matter about as much as… Read More
How Do I Teach My Toddler Patience? | Parent Cue Blog

Birth - 5 years | Featured

How Do I Teach My Toddler Patience?

Teaching a toddler patience will require you to have realistic expectations. Work toward consistency, not constancy.  Read More
5 Ways to Use Technology with Your Teenager | Parent Cue Blog

Current Events | Family Activities | Featured | High School (9th-12th) | Middle School (6th-8th) | Technology

5 Ways to Use Technology with Your Teenager 

Is technology destroying our society? Inhibiting our kids’ ability to carry on a multi-sentence conversation? Are we raising tiny little robots who will one day grow up to only communicate… Read More
How to Apologize to Your Middle Schooler | Parent Cue Blog

Family Life | Featured | Middle School (6th-8th) | School Life | Social Life

How to Apologize to Your Middle Schooler

In a culture that constantly tells them they don’t measure up, our apologies should communicate that they’re more than enough. Read More
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