As moms, we all experience moments when we wonder whether any other family in the existence of families has dealt with certain things.
Things like . . . . an obviously inborn resistance to putting shoes in the same place every time they’re taken off.
Or an inexplicable desire to snuggle down into a nice big pile of . . . dirty laundry.
I love my family of five, but I know that many of you have much larger families. I was sent a copy of the new e-book, 4 Moms of 35+ Kids Answer Your Parenting Questions.
And yes, that title involves math. As in, divide 35 by 4 and add a few extra for good measure.
Even this former Theatre Arts teacher can figure out that means these women have an average of nine kids each.
Honestly, this is a really fun read, and has some great advice and perspective useful for all moms.
And I must say, the first question they answer is “How do you get to church on time?” and one of them who sounded ever-so-much like I would sound if I had as many kids as she does (and sometimes sound now), made me laugh hysterically multiple times. My favorite advice from that section? Move to a climate where sandals are always seasonable. (Y’know, so you never have to find matching socks again?)
Yep. I couldn’t agree more.
Anyway, this e-book is compiled from a series the authors do on their blogs, but it also includes things never before released, such as:
- Master list of age appropriate chores
- How to Deal With Discouragement
- How to Keep Things Fair for all Children
My favorite thing about the e-book? Four unique Mama Voices sharing their words of experience. I love how different they are, but how their love for their families shines through so clearly.
If you plan to purchase as a PDF, you can use the code SLOBCOMESCLEAN to get it for 5.99. That’s also the normal price on Amazon.
I was given a free copy of the e-book, but the opinions are all mine! Oh, and yes . . . those are most definitely my affiliate links!