Sunday, April 8, 2012

Being A Mother Totally Rocks!!!

Have you ever had those days as a mother when you've felt ill-equipped or wondered if you make a difference? And what about to those who don't have children of their own? Have you ever questioned your purpose? No matter what our situation, we are still loved and valued more than we know. Motherhood Matters: Joyful Reminders of the Divinity, Reality, and Reward of Motherhood by Connie E. Sokol is an awesome little book of thoughts, quotes and experiences for women, both with children and without.

About the Book
Motherhood is a divine calling--but it may not always feel that way. Now you can show the women in your life how much they matter to you with this delightful and heartwarming volume of wit and wisdom about the divinity, reality, and rewards of motherhood. Fresher than flowers and sweeter than chocolate, it's a perfect gift for the women who give so much.
Combine homework, dishes, laundry, and carpools. Add in the unexpected, subtract time, and repeat daily until well beaten. Sound familiar? It's a recipe for Motherhood Madness. But life doesn't have to be this way. Find the cure in Motherhood Matters.
This delightful little volume, filled with wit and wisdom, presents a straightforward look at the divinity, reality, and rewards of being a mother. With clarity and concision, Connie E. Sokol shares inspirational messages that will fit families everywhere on the road to a better way of life.
Whether your children are preschoolers or teenagers--or preschoolers who act like teenagers and vice versa--this book is guaranteed to help you find memories in the mayhem and treasures in your to-do lists. Fresher than flowers and without all the guilt of chocolates, Motherhood Matters is the perfect gift for the women in your life who give so much.

I love this book and I'm sure I will read through it over and over because it's so positive and uplifting. Motherhood Matters is available on


Sandy L. Rowland said...

What a beautiful book.
I know my daughter needs a lift at times struggling with an active two year old.
It's good to know the effort is worth while.

Thank you for the post and sharing the book.

Betsy Schow said...

This book rocks! Some days, I need to give myself a time out, just to read Connie's book. I feel ready to take on my spirited kids afterwards