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As moms, we drive ourselves crazy striving for perfection. The pressures can be overwhelming. Cheers to the Diaper Years shares ten biblical truths that will help you dump the mommy guilt and rely on God's Word to guide your child to Christ. Remember that of all the mothers in the world, God selected you to parent your child and He will see you through.
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Broadstreet Publishing Group
Publication Date: 2018
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X 0.58 (inches)|
Population: Every mom with kids in diapers.
As moms, we drive ourselves crazy striving for perfection. We try to prepare the healthiest meals, install the safest car seats, plan the best birthday parties, and still we lie awake at night wondering if were doing enough. The pressures can be overwhelming.
Thankfully, the Bible provides us with an encouraging framework for godly parenting. Cheers to the Diaper Years shares ten biblical truths that will help you:
- find something great in every day,
- manage your time around what matters most,
- go from worrier to warrior,
- dump the mommy guilt,
- celebrate your unique awesomeness, and
- rely on Gods Word to guide your child to Christ.
When she isnt attending toddler tea parties or wiping up spaghetti stains, you can find Erin writing on her blog: ErinBrownHollis.com and on Facebook/Instagram/Twitter/Pinterest @erinbrownhollis. She welcomes all moms to find a community of love and acceptance on her site, where she shares recipes, crafts, and encouragement weekly. She believes that all moms, no matter their story, are amazing and loves to see them pursuing their passions, whether that be in a Mommy and Me Zumba class or the center of the boardroom in a pair of killer stilettos. Lastly, and probably most importantly, she believes in making every day a celebrationso if you havent found a reason to celebrate yet today, tell ′em Erin told you to live it up, girl!
- Reagan Croyle Phillips, childcare director of Big Oak Ranch
"This is the new go-to survival guide for thriving in this crazy, beautiful journey of motherhood. This book needs to be on every mommas bookshelf."
- Betsy Cooper, Briarwood Presbyterian Church
- Betsy Cooper, head of Briarwood Presbyterian Church Mothers Day Out program, mother of two, and grandmother to nine
Cheers to the Diaper Years is like a refreshing gulp of sweet tea and a lingering hug for weary mamas everywhere. This delightful read is filled to the brim with biblical wisdom and humorous stories that "perfect mom" wannabes can relate to. Thank you, Erin, for changing my perspective on parenting from "I-have-to-mom" drudgery to "I-get-to-mom" delight.
- Tracy Steel, mama of two "spirited" kiddos, author, speaker, and writer; tracymsteel.com
- Brooke Gibson, minister to preschoolers, Dawson Family of Faith; speaker and writer for Group Publishing, Loveland, Colorado
Delightful, encouraging, and perfectly lovely! Erin Brown Hollis Cheers to the Diaper Years brings with it a fresh glimpse of motherhood. Her wit and honesty address the not-so-glamorous side of mommy-life, celebrating it with a cup of truth and humor. The Southern charm laced throughout is contagiousmothers in all seasons of life will find themselves saying, "Cheers to the diaper years!"
- Lauren H. Brandenburg, author of The Books of the Gardener, homeschool advocate, and mother to Kensi and Jack, LaurenHBrandenburg.com
- Reagan Croyle Phillips, director of Big Oak Ranch Childcare
I so appreciate how Erin uses scripture to encourage and enlighten us in our motherhood journey. How beautiful it is to see God's design for motherhood explained throughout His Word in this book! Erin reminds moms that we are not perfect (and shouldn't expect perfection!), sometimes we need naps (amen!), and all of the hard, exhausting moments are worth it! Finding a mom tribe is necessary for your sanity, and this book teaches you how to find fellow moms who will understand you and walk alongside you to build you up when you are losing your sanity. So, log out of all your social media accounts (which are probably making you feel like a bad mom anyway) and read this book. It will have you laughing in agreement and encourage you to face each day with a renewed sense of hope.
- Julie Sasse, mother of two, co-owner and co-founder of Birmingham Moms Blog