Written in English
|LC Classifications||BV4529.18 .G89 2018|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 244 pages|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||2017047230|
I’m the world’s okayest mom. And that’s more than enough. I’m not sitting with my kids for six hours a day helping them learn sight words and fill out math : Lindsay Powers. The mission of World's Okayest Mom is to mobilize the caring power of women all over the world by raising money and distributing support to enhance the lives of moms who need our help. We will do this with your help by raising and distributing money to moms in hard times. Please see our desired areas of giving in the Who We Help section of our. In WORLD'S OKAYEST MOM, Natalie Gwyn tells the heart-warming, crazy-making, stress-inducing, laugh-out-loud-funny story of a typical family jolted by a four-sibling, international adoption. Along the way, she bares her soul, as pain from her own broken childhood makes her more like her adopted kids than she realized/5(98). A happy, working wife, already birth mother of two young children - a boy and a girl - increased the size of her family by adopting four Ethiopian children. Why? Her answer: 'God.'In Okayest Mom: When God's Plan of Adoption Doubled My Family, blogger Natalie Gwyn takes you along with her on an adventure to Ethiopia to legally adopt a sibling group of three and the discovery 5/5(1).
World's Okayest Mom, Athens, GA. likes 1 talking about this. World's Okayest Mom! To read about the Vision of World's Okayest Mom, Inc, please read this article -- The Vision With your donations and support, World's Okayest Mom will help moms who: are on bed rest. have a child in the NICU. lose a child. lose a spouse. need financial assistance. are in abusive relationships. are diagnosed with a debilitating illness. I was in love from the first page, and honestly, EXTREMELY inspired. I found Natalie's writing to be funny and truthful and just downright refreshing. I recommend it! Okayest Mom comes out J You can pre-order your copy here! I was given this book in exchange for my honest review from Netgalley. Okayest Mom: When God’s Plan of Adoption Doubled My Family was of my favorite nonfiction books I read this summer! It speaks to the heart of every mom who has ever wished she could be better or be the perfect mom. It reminded me that I have so much to offer as a mom and that I can’t/shouldn’t compare myself or my family to others.
In WORLD’S OKAYEST MOM, Natalie Gwyn tells the heart-warming, crazy-making, stress-inducing, laugh-out-loud-funny story of a typical family jolted by a four-sibling, international adoption. Along the way, she bares her soul, as pain from her own broken childhood makes her more like her adopted kids than she realized. But alas, they remain unopened and honestly 95% of me is totally okay with that yep, definitely the world’s okayest mom over here Here’s the twist of it though, I have now read two, count them two books, having disguised themselves as non-fiction reads on personalities yet provided some rather helpful parenting tips. Okayest Mom Book Review. Janu Janu Here Natalie tells her whole mom story, including the only-God-could-do-this backstory. Her lighthearted narrative begins with the nudge of God toward the uncomfortable. She and her husband are almost certain they have misunderstood what the Almighty is asking of them, and with self. A mom with a healthier line of thinking – or (let’s be honest) A DAD – will look at that same book and think: “There is a book on the floor.” And that’s it. A fact with no blame. Maybe that person would go so far as to put the book away, or make plans to read it to his child tomorrow, but there would be no judgment attached to the.