the magic of motherhood {giveaway}

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the magic of motherhood

On my recent 36 hour trek from Dallas to South Africa, my book in tow was The Magic of Motherhood. Compiled by Ashlee Gadd from Coffee + Crumbs, this book is a collection of stories from many different women who have experienced the highs and lows of this thing called motherhood. They share their hearts on being pregnant, raising babies, miscarriage, adoption, and infertility. One minute you're laughing and the next you're crying. Since I don't have small babies anymore, it brought a sense of nostalgia to the days of no sleep and diapers everywhere. It's a fast and easy read or one that you can savor for weeks as each chapter is stand alone. I highly recommend this book to pregnant moms, new moms, women who have had to deal with the difficulty of conceiving, and those that have welcomed children as your own through the process of adoption. Lucky you, I have one to giveaway!

Giveaway

I have one copy of The Magic of Motherhood to giveaway courtesy of Tommy Nelson! Giveaway is open to U.S. addresses only and ends Monday, May 22 at 11:59 PM CST. Enter below!


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Disclosure: I received a free copy of The Magic of Motherhood from Tommy Nelson in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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8 comments

  1. I think the hardest thing is when you see your child struggling and you don't know how to help.

    The best? Smiles, hugs, I love yous, tiny hands holding yours, and watching a human being come into their own. It's amazing.

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  2. Sounds like an interesting book and my kids are all grown but I love all the stages childhood and have 7 grandkids to share this with....

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  3. I think the hardest thing is being consistent. I struggle with that for sure!

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  4. Honestly I would say doing it alone but, in the end alone is sometimes better

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  5. Not getting enough sleep, The best thing is the smiles, milestones and love the babies and children bring

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  6. When they grow up and experience difficult phases.

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  7. I love being a mother. Its the best reward there is. I don't take it for granted thats for sure!

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  8. so far it's the lack of sleep and just keeping my patience.....

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