I really enjoyed reading Mom Connection. It helped me to see that I do need to connect to other moms more often. I homeschool and work from home so I am not out in the world that much. That interaction between moms is definitely needed.
You would really enjoy this book.
About the book:
Hey, Mom–so when was the last time you had an uninterrupted conversation?
Parenting young children is an all-consuming task that can make you feel disconnected and, honestly, a bit fragmented. But having kids shouldn’t mean you rarely get to complete a conversation with a friend! In this witty, encouraging book, Tracey Bianchi shows us how to
If you’ve ever sat back exasperated and thought, “There has got to be a better way to do this mothering thing,” then let this conversation with Tracey on friendship, connection, and the rhythms of our lives begin to shape your heart.
“In Mom Connection, Tracey Bianchi reaches up and unzips every mom’s heart and makes us instantly friends with her. Real. Winsome. Approachable. Like us but still herself, Tracey convinces us we can connect. And once we realize we’ve connected with her, we’re ready and prepared to connect with all the others in our lives.”–Elisa Morgan, president emerita, MOPS International; publisher, FullFill; author, She Did What She Could
About the author:
Tracey Bianchi is a hyper, overcaffeinated mother of three who is camped out in the Chicago suburbs with her husband Joel and, sometimes, a goldfish. She does freelance writing and speaking for a wide variety of nationally recognized organizations. She also serves as the Pastor for Women at Christ Church of Oak Brook. You can catch her musings and find out more about her other books and projects at www.traceybianchi.com.
I received a copy of this book in order to write my review. All opinions are my own