What does Tami Kiser advise moms who just can’t face one more sinkful of dirty dishes?
As her firstborn graduates kindergarten, Kelly Pease observes that the thing about your firstborn is it’s kind of a “fake it til ya make it” few years. It feels like a big experiment that you have to monitor every day, every hour, every second so as to check its progress.
Celeste Behe wants moms to remember that being a good mom doesn’t consist in doing everything right or even in doing everything as well as the next mom.
I haven’t disappointed him, progressing too slowly, muses Monica McConkey. I haven’t scandalized Him with my repeated struggles and sins. He knows where I fit and He has the time to let me figure it out. God doesn’t have impossible expectations for me!
Marge Fenelon’s book teaches mothers how to develop a closer relationship with Mary while growing in Marian virtues. Hannah Christensen highly recommends “Imitating Mary, Ten Marian Virtues for the Modern Mom” as a must-read for moms.
Lisa Hendey shares a preview of the new CatholicMom.com resource, “The Catholic Mom’s Prayer Companion: A Book of Daily Reflections”. Pre-order your copy now to ensure immediate delivery upon release.