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Mom to Mom, Day to Day: Advice and Support for Catholic Living Paperback – March 1, 2007

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 155 pages
  • Publisher: Pauline Books & Media (March 1, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0819848557
  • ISBN-13: 978-0819848550
  • Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 5 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,334,799 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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As a mother of four young children, so many of the anecdotes spoke to me and either offered reassurance or a needed kick in the pants. Bean's honest reflections on her family life encouraged me to reflect on my own family life--something busy moms don't often take the time to do. Though the chapters were short and easy to read(between diaper changes, preparing meals, etc.) her voice stayed with me throughout the day and encouraged me to think about all of the busy tasks of motherhood from a spiritual perspective. This is a book that made me nod my head, laugh out loud, and most of all, appreciate the gift of motherhood. Know a mom who needs encouragement? Give her this book!
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I read Danielle Bean's first book, "My Cup of Tea", in 2 days on the beach in St Lucia while vacationing with my husband for our 10th anniversary. The ONLY thing that would have made this book any better, would have been if it came with tickets to go back down to St. Lucia!!! VERY easy to read chapters, taking no more than 5 minutes to get through a single chapter. Hard to put the book down. I had my 5th child 6 weeks ago and was able to read the book while nursing her ~ finished the book in just 4 days!
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For the last five years,I have presented the "Marriage as a Sacrament" talk at pre-Cana for our parish. In addition, I have worked as one of the wedding coordinators for our parish, talking with new brides and running the wedding rehearsals etc. There were many times over those years that I wished I had a book that I could give to these young women that would help them start out their married lives in the right direction. I wanted something that was steeped in the richness of our Catholic faith, but wasn't so deep in theological language and terminology that you needed a degree in theology to understand it. I found just such a book in Danielle Bean's new book, "Mom to Mom Advice and Support for Catholic Living."

The entire book with resource guide is only 153 pages long, so its size is not intimidating. Its beautiful cover is very inviting. I think I might even be able to convince our busy parish priest that this would be a wonderful book to buy and hand out at pre-Cana, or give to new mothers at baptisms. It's a very fast and enjoyable read. (I read the entire thing while manning the awards table at a swim meet!)

But don't let its size and appearance fool you. Mrs. Bean packs a lot of information and solid advice in those pages, with a dollop of wit and humor on the side. The target audience for this little book is young Catholic mothers with small children in the early part of their marriage. Those ladies will feel that Danielle Bean is right in the trenches with them, coping with the challenges, stress and fatigue that comes from dealing with little folks all day long. But even after almost 28 years of marriage on my resume, I felt that I too could benefit from much of what she was saying, particularly in how to relate and care for my spouse.
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Written by homeschooler and mother of eight Danielle Bean, Mom to Mom, Day to Day: Advice & Support for Catholic Living is a repository of wisdom especially for Catholic women and mothers. Danielle Bean is author of the popular daily blog [...]. and when her readers send her questions about motherhood, family, and general living advice, she provides answers grounded in her day-to-day life experience. Mom to Mom, Day to Day is a deeply spiritual book, blending equal parts of practical family members and reverence for the divine. "We humans cling to the false notion that ultimately we are in control of our lives. Finding ourselves unexpectedly pregnant reminds us of the uncomfortable truth: We are not in charge. Sometimes the hardest words in the world to pray and to really mean are 'They will be done.' We fear God's will might not match our own. We forget that when God sends us a new challenge, he also sends us the graces we need to handle it." Especially recommended as a giftbook for recent Catholic brides.
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Highly recommend. This is an inspiring, uplifting book, I could not put it down. Very easy to read. Danielle is funny and very human. It's nice to know that I am not alone in the trials and tribulations of motherhood!! She also includes a lot of useful and helpful resources at the end of her book. I have not read her first book, yet. I do intend to get it next.
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Really a nice little book for the mom's who have several little ones at home and are tired, doing their best to raise happy, healthy giving children....Highly recommended from a mom of 4 children under the age of 8.
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