200 Lifesaving Parenting Tips and Tricks from Super Moms
- 216 Pages
- May 7, 2019
- ISBN: 9781680994414
- Trim Size: 5.5in x 8.25in
Dear Moms: You deserve a life with a little less stress. Let Mom Hacks help!
Being a mom is the most fulfilling, yet draining job you’ll ever have, but of course you wouldn’t change it for the world! However, time is of the essence, and balancing work, carpooling, making appointments, planning vacations, grocery shopping, meal prepping, etc. is SO hard to do.
Hope Comerford understands this, which is why she has reached out to moms across the country to gather the best advice, expertise, and hacks for motherhood. Doing the “mom thing” alone is near impossible, but momming, as Hope affectionately calls it, can be so much easier when other moms are involved and willing to share what’s worked for them.
Mom Hacks contains more than 150 mom hacks from real moms to help make your life a little easier and your time (kid-free or with kids) more manageable and, dare we say it, more productive (and maybe a little more fun!). In this book, you’ll find hacks for:
- and more!
"Comerford’s Mom Hacks is both practical and clever. As a mother of three, I feel completely ripped off that I didn’t own a resource like this when my kids were younger! I highly recommend this read for anyone looking to level up their parenting game while simultaneously saving themselves tons of time." —Jennifer Browne, author of Baby Nosh and Understanding Teenage Anxiety
"Being a mom is a highly intuitive calling. . . . Mom Hacks is a go-to guide that’s easy and fun to read. I mean, for heaven’s sake, when my kids were young, who knew to dump all the Legos out on a bed sheet? When playtime is over, just pull up the corners and funnel all the blessed pieces in a bin! Or using a pizza cutter to cut up sandwiches? Holy moly! Why didn’t I think of that? I felt a kinship with these mommy writers, like we are all taking a swig of coffee and sharing our day to day. The common thread in Mom Hacks is that each woman is totally devoted to her family and raising her children to be givers and good stewards of God's provision, in a light and humorous way." —Susan Anderson, author of Paul's Prayers: A Mother's Account of Raising an Autistic Son