Diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 35, this incredible mother raised three girls and left a legacy that will inspire every one of us. You do not want to miss this beautiful tribute, written by one of her daughters.
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They grow up. They leave home. And then, of course, they come back.
They return bearing bags of dirty laundry, stray socks, T-shirts you’ve never seen before, strange cords for charging various digital devices.
When I was younger, my dream was to be a mom. I envisioned myself married, having four kids (two boys and two girls, of course) and wearing scarves on my head (hey, I was born in the 70’s!) while driving everyone around to Little League.
Motherhood Realized is more than a book. It is a MOVEMENT – to put the beauty and power and value of motherhood where it belongs: at the top of the charts. Please join us in making it to the NYT Bestsellers List TODAY.
Want to know more about Power of Moms’ amazing new book? Mary Jenkins provides an insightful summary of Motherhood Realized.
“Hey, Mom! Can I _____?” (You fill in the blank!) It is SO easy to say no–especially when our children want to do something messy, time-consuming, or inconvenient. But what if we all decided to say “Yes!” just a little more often?
There are plenty of logical reasons why motherhood should be synonymous with “insanity.” But one secret I’ve learned over the years is that the beautiful, magnificent privilege of motherhood simply defies logic.
Want to help Power of Moms make the NYT Bestsellers’ List? The book is rising in the charts, and YOU can make a difference!
Most of our lives are filled with ordinary activities. And often we look at everyone whose life looks “fabulous,” and we wonder, “What am I doing?” This podcast with April Perry and Tiffany Sowby features a beautiful perspective from a chapter of Tiffany’s in our new book, Motherhood Realized. Please help champion the cause of […]
What IS a “good mom” anyway? Do you ever find yourself feeling frustrated with yourself because you don’t meet those expectations you’ve built up in your mind? Join April and Allyson for a down-to-earth discussion that will help ALL of us redefine what it means to be a good mother.
My son’s first day of school was awful. It made me miss the days when as long as he knew Mom loved him and thought he was special, that was all that mattered.
This podcast is for every mother who wants to slow down, see the value in her work, and experience true contentment (at EVERY stage of motherhood).