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Hey, Mom--so when was the last time you had an uninterrupted conversation?
Parenting young children is an all-consuming task that can make you feel disconnected and, honestly, a bit fragmented. But having kids shouldn't mean you rarely get to complete a conversation with a friend! In this witty, encouraging book, Tracey Bianchi shows us how to
cultivate deeper friendships that challenge us to grow
create healthy, life-giving rhythms for our families
connect and give back to the wider world beyond our doors
If you've ever sat back exasperated and thought, "There has got to be a better way to do this mothering thing," then let this conversation with Tracey on friendship, connection, and the rhythms of our lives begin to shape your heart.
"Tracey Bianchi makes us instantly friends with her. Real. Winsome. Approachable. Tracey convinces us we can connect."--Elisa Morgan, president emerita, MOPS International; publisher, FullFill; author, She Did What She Could
"Tracey Bianchi understands what you are experiencing and provides comfort, candor, counsel, and companionship through the pages of this deeply encouraging book. Every mom I know should read this book!"--Helen Lee, author of The Missional Mom; cofounder of Redbud Writers Guild
"This practical and fun read encourages moms everywhere--motherhood may not always be 'peppy bliss,' yet in the midst of it we find our unique groove by connecting with our own hearts, families, friends, and God."--Shayne Moore, activist; author, Global Soccer Mom
"If you've ever felt alone as a mom, you must read this book! Tracey offers specific ways to find friends and thrive as a mom. Her 'mom-tested tips' in each chapter are practical, doable, inspiring. Highly recommended!"--Keri Wyatt Kent, popular MOPS speaker; author of Deeper into the Word and Breathe
Tracey Bianchi is a hyper, overcaffeinated mother of three who is camped out in the Chicago suburbs with her husband Joel and, sometimes, a goldfish. She does freelance writing and speaking for a wide variety of nationally recognized organizations. She also serves as the Pastor for Women at Christ Church of Oak Brook. You can catch her musings and find out more about her other books and projects at www.traceybianchi.com.
Tracey Bianchi is a hyper, overcaffeinated mother of three who is camped out in the Chicago suburbs with her husband Joel and, sometimes, a goldfish. She does freelance writing and speaking for a wide variety of nationally recognized organizations. She al
What a wonderful book to read! It is such a crucial issue for moms, for us all, to be able to create good relationships with each other in the different stages of our lives. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Anita Gibbon
I was very disappointed after reading Mom Connection by Tracey Bianchi
I find this book random and confusing. Read more
Tomorrow is Mother's Day. A day we set aside to honor those who gave us life thanks to Julia Ward Howe (1870) and Anna Jarvis (1914). Read morePublished on November 26, 2012 by K. Hutson
My MOPS group is using this book for our meetings. We all love it and laugh along with Tracey Bianchi! She is funny and honest in the book. We can't wait to finish it!Published on November 26, 2012 by S Jarrell
I truly enjoyed this book! Mom connection is an encouraging book for any mother! Tracey Bianchi does a great job at sharing her stories of motherhood to make you not feel alone. Read morePublished on July 8, 2012 by Mrs.Stacy08
Many of think we don't have time for real relationships. In this book, Tracey Bianchi teaches us just the opposite--it is actually these kind of relationships that refuel,... Read morePublished on May 29, 2012 by Gorsch Mommy
Overwhelmed? Out of rhythm? Off course? Lost in the endless cycle of motherhood? Out of touch?
This is the book for you. Read more
i just finished reading Mom Connection by Tracey Bianchi, and i've already passed it along to one of my Mom Friends. Read morePublished on May 20, 2012 by mamahall
I love this book - Bianchi's clear and practical advice to moms (especially to those who under the influence of "parenting fog" in their kids' early years) is life-giving and will... Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by Jennifer Grant