“OMG, I DO THAT, TOO!” Is a personal growth novel written specifically for adult women. Each chapter starts with a conversation between two friends, to uniquely provide what the following content will be about. Written with an intentional desire for readers to feel as if they were sitting across the table talking with their girlfriends. It covers a multitude of tendencies that we as women struggle with and the basic realities of what everyday life looks like. It shares advice and encouragement on how to generously support and uplift other women instead of judging and comparing ourselves to one another. It helps to convey the importance of shifting our perspectives, and how it is always within our power. This book helps women to realize that the day-to-day struggles, the emotional ups and downs, the painful pasts, the difficult relationships, and everything in between, do not have to have control over us. This book is purposefully relatable, real, and easy to read. I hope you enjoy it!
This book in particular is near and dear to my heart. It is dedicated to my daughter Grace and to the special life circumstance that we live in.
This simple message acknowledges the beauty in how different each and every mommy and life is. I hope it blesses you and your familyl
After my marriage of 8 years ended, it was just the three of us. Jackson, Grace, and Mommy. The divorce was ugly, to say the least. Not only was I unable to stay in the same state anymore, due to safety, but the shocking unbelief the judge had of my side of the story caused him to rule full parental custody of my children to my ex. Leaving me with summers and every other holiday. The rest of the year I'm "facetime mom". What my children go through is beyond my ability to describe.
After a few summers came and went, it naturally became harder and harder for me and my children to say goodbye. The look on their faces of total confusion and sadness always tears me to pieces. All I want is for them to feel loved, accepted, and to know that they aren't alone in life. I want them to find comfort in knowing that other children like them don't get to live with their mommies.
Families come in so many different forms. Everyone's life is different. But we all are deserving of love. I wrote All Kinds Of Mommies for my children. I wrote it for them to see that every mom, dad, child, and family might all be different, but different doesn't mean alone. Different can still turn out to be beautiful. It's worthy of love. And my sweet children deserve every ounce of love and happiness this world has to offer.
Mommy loves you, my sweet babies. You are in my heart wherever I go.