No More Perfect Moms
If you've ever forgotten to pick your kid up from soccer practice or accidentally worn two different shoes to the grocery store, this book is for you. Being a mother is not for those who display symptoms of the "Perfection...
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If you've ever forgotten to pick your kid up from soccer practice or accidentally worn two different shoes to the grocery store, this book is for you. Being a mother is not for those who display symptoms of the "Perfection Infection." There is simply no such thing as a perfect mom. And there is no such thing as perfect kids, perfect bodies, perfect marriages, or even perfect meals. With refreshing honesty, author Jill Savage exposes some of her own parental shortcomings with the goal of helping mothers everywhere shelf their desires for perfection along with their insecurities. Jill delivers some much-needed realism as she explains why she has traded her visions of being a mother with a sparkling home who serves all her meals on fine china for God's beautiful grace.
Jill Savage is a writer, speaker and the founder of Hearts at Home. Author of Professionalizing Motherhood and Is There Really Sex After Kids?, she leads the Hearts at Home organization in its mission to exalt God while encouraging, educating, and equipping mothers in their personal and family lives. She and her husband, Mark, live in Normal, Illinois, with their five children. SPANISH BIO: Jill Savage escritora, orador y fundadora de Hearts at Home. Ed autora de Madre de profesion y Is There Really Sex After Kids?, y dirige la organizacion Hearts at Home en su mision de exaltar a Dios y alent
- <div><p>table Of Contents:<br>chapter 1: No More Perfect Moms<br>chapter 2: The Antidote<br>chapter 3: No More Perfect Kids<br>chapter 4: No More Perfect Bodies<br>chapter 5: No More Perfect Marriages<br>chapter 6: No More Perfect Friends<br>chapter 7: No More Perfect Days<br>chapter 8: No More Perfect Homes<br>chapter 9: No More Perfect Meals<br>chapter 10: One Perfect God </p></div>