Mom to Mom, Day to Day

Advice and Support for Catholic Living

Author: Danielle Bean



Category: Catholic women

Page: 155

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After receiving many questions from readers of her popular blog, Danielle Bean decided to write a book that appealed to their concerns?and those of other Catholic mothers. With her trademark humor and wit, Bean sprinkles animated accounts of her own children with sound advice. Mom to Mom, Day to Day offers a fresh perspective on family life and spirituality. Packed with common-sense suggestions, spiritual musings, and hilarious tales of Danielle's own gang of eight kids, Mom to Mom, Day to Day is sure to keep any mother reading, reflecting?and laughing What are people saying about this title? ?We live in an age of ?anti-mother this book passes on practical wisdom and the easy humor of a chat over a cup of coffee.? ?Holly Pierlot author of A Mother's Rule of Life ?From spills to spirituality, from housework to holiness, Danielle voices a perspective that gently, and with humor, encourages women to give their best to God and to their families while caring for themselves along the path of life.? ?Lisa M. Hendey founder of ?As wife and mother of eight, Danielle Bean has sifted through her sleepless nights and busy days to glean a treasure trove of wisdom for her sisters in Christ.? ?Genevieve Kineke author of The Authentic Catholic Woman A great faith filled book for everyone?not just Moms ?

Small Steps for Catholic Moms

Your Daily Call to Think, Pray, and Act

Author: Danielle Bean

Publisher: Ave Maria Press


Category: Religion

Page: 416

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Danielle Bean, editor of Catholic Digest, and Elizabeth Foss, an award-winning blogger, team up to offer daily doses of inspiration, wisdom, and hope for Catholic moms. Now back in print in response to high demand, Small Steps for Catholic Moms gives busy mothers a year's worth of sustenance: brief daily challenges about which to think, pray, and act. Small Steps for Catholic Moms offers daily prompts and suggestions—small steps—for every day of the year to encourage Catholic moms to attain that elusive balance between action and contemplation in everyday life. Each day’s entry includes a short prayer from a saint, a personal prayer composed from the hearts of two mothers, and a small call to action, making this the perfect prayer companion for the busy mom looking for bite-sized spiritual nourishment.

One Line a Day for Mom

A Premium Book to Write about Your Mom: Fill It and Give It to Your Mom on Her Birthday Or Mother's Day

Author: Grateful World




Page: 96

View: 551

Do you love your Mom? Do you want to express your love in some different or special way? If yes. Then, we have something special for you. In this book you can write every day one special line for your Mom. And surprise her on her birthday or Mother's day by giving this book as a gift. Specifications of The Book Premium Matte Cover Design Printed on high Quality 60# interior stock Perfectly sized at 6 x 9 inches


The Not-So-Perfect Woman's Guide to Catholic Motherhood

Author: Danielle Bean

Publisher: Ascension Press


Category: Religion

Page: 170

View: 888

In Momnipotent (the book), Danielle Bean provides much-needed encouragement to all women. Momnipotent validates the dignity and importance of motherhood by helping mothers to recognize 8 uniquely feminine strengths, and how to use those strengths to find peace, purpose, balance, and joy in being the woman God created and called them to be.

Raising Boys Is a Full-Contact Sport

Author: Rachel Balducci

Publisher: Baker Books


Category: Humor

Page: 208

View: 803

With hilarious true stories and observations, this laugh-out-loud celebration joyfully explores the sweet and wild side of boyhood.

Mom's Saga

Sequel to Mom's Stories

Author: Heather Randell

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 105

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This book is a subjective account of stories my mother told me. It is not written for historical accuracy. Rather, it is a celebration of my heritage. The book is a sharing of stories that Mom told me of her life from her arrival in Grand Falls, Newfoundland, Canada. Mom was born in rural Newfoundland in the early 1900s. During the first fourteen years of her life, she and her family lived a very isolated lifestyle. Things changed one day when she got on a sled. The journey from dog sled, to ship, to train was an introduction to a change of lifestyle. There would be no going back to a winter house. If you are interested in what her life was like prior to this, please read the previous book entitled: Moms Stories. As you read, I hope you will visualize the life of a single woman in-service, grasp her desire for independence, travel with her in your mind back to an isolated community and experience her reaction to the physical environment of that time and how it impacted her world view. I compiled these memories so that future generations would know something of the heritage and the struggle that she faced as life in town changed her. Allow me to reiterate that I do not promise a factual account of any of the events. I cling to the personal accounts of our Mom as she told them to me.

Every Day is Mother's Day

One Year Devotional

Author: Karen Moore

Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group LLC


Category: Religion

Page: 384

View: 578

For every mom and every woman who has been like a mom to others, this book celebrates you. This 365-day devotional contains short, inspirational readings, poems, Scriptures and prayers that recognize your strength, your influence, and the beauty you alone bring to the lives of children. It honors the commitment you have made to God and to your family to always do your best. Officially, Mother’s Day comes but once a year, but for you, the gratitude, love, and praise never end. For you, Every Day Is Mother’s Day!


How I Lost More than a Quarter Ton and Gained a Life

Author: Nancy Makin

Publisher: Penguin


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 336

View: 692

A moving, funny, tongue-in-cheek memoir about a woman who lost and found herself online. Nancy Makin weighed an astounding 703 pounds in May 2000. She was forty-five and suffered from obesity-related maladies. Due to shame and logistics, she was homebound for a dozen years. But all that changed when she received a computer. In cyberspace she found the friendliness, the connection, the acceptance and the nurturing she'd been missing for so long. She followed no particular diet plan; no surgeries, pills, potions or ab-crunching exercises played a part, and yet today Nancy has lost more than 530 pounds and kept it off for more than seven years. Her tale is one of redemption and shows a growing America that there is hope...if you believe.

25 Days to a Happier Home

Author: Alison Wood

Publisher: Alison Wood


Category: Family & Relationships


View: 877

If you asked the average mom what are the top five things she desired to have in this life, most of them would say, "A happy home." Many times we think happy homes only exist on sitcoms or in fairy tales. This is simply not true. You can have a happy home, but it takes hard work, time and sacrifice. This 25-day challenge will help you create a happy home for your family. Is your family worth taking the challenge? You bet! Alison Wood, the owner of the popular parenting blog Pint-sized Treasures, takes you through each day with honest, mom-to-mom and wife-to-wife advice. By her candid yet caring demeanor she offers these heart-searching challenges to help your home. She shares her own struggles and encourages you in every challenge to keep pressing forward. If you truly desire a happy home, it is worth your time to give these 25 Days a chance. Your home will forever be changed—for the better!