MOMumental: Adventures in the Messy Art of Raising a Family - eBook  -     By: Jennifer Grant
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MOMumental: Adventures in the Messy Art of Raising a Family - eBook

Worthy Publishing / 2012 / ePub

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Jennifer Grant's girlhood dream of being the perfect mom withered quickly once she got a real taste of the messy, creative, sometimes hilarious, and often taxing process of raising a family. With MOMumental, she presents a warm, compassionate audio book filled with uncommon and amusing insights about being an intentional parent - and about realizing that family matters, no matter what yours is like. eBook version.

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Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Worthy Publishing
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781617950995
ISBN-13: 9781617950995
Availability: In Stock

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Author Bio

Jennifer Grant is mother to four children and author of Love You More: The Divine Surprise of Adopting My Daughter (2011). For more than a decade she wrote for the Chicago Sun-Times. Currently she writes a column and features for the Chicago Tribune. Grant is a Wheaton College graduate who received her master’s in English and Creative Writing from SMU. She lives in Chicago, IL.

Jennifer Grant's "Velveteen Parenting" Guidelines

  • Choose your battles.
  • Develop priorities in your family's life, such as treating each other with respect, eating together whenever possible, and attending church together.
  • Ask questions such as, "What do I want our family to be like? What are our individual gifts and perspectives? What connects us as a family and brings us joy?"
  • Remind yourself that children are not mini-adults, but are uniquely suited to grow, learn, and enjoy life in ways that many of us adults don't remember.
  • Look with a critical - and often delighted - eye at what the culture is dishing up to your children. Teach your children to do the same.
  • Don't be so hard on yourself. Moms often judge themselves too harshly and then are quick to judge and label other mothers who are fumbling along just like they are.

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