What Kids Need Most in a Mom

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Revell, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 208 pages
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Superman is a fictional character. So what makes us think that "supermom" isn't? With hope, honesty, and humor, What Kids Need Most in a Mom provides direction on how each mom can make the most of the love, talents, responsibilities, and frailties that have been given to her. It focuses on essential motherhood know-how, such as trusting sons and daughters to God's care, instilling forgiveness in children, getting out of the "guilt factory," celebrating life, and sharing important discoveries with kids. This insightful book is perfect for baby showers, parenting classes, and Mother's Day. The new edition includes a new introduction and new writing from Patricia Rushford.

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Patricia H. Rushford is a mother, a grandmother, and an award-winning writer of fiction for both children and adults. She is coauthor of the bestselling Emotional Phases of a Woman's Life and author of many other books. Rushford is also a registered nurse, counselor, and speaker, and lives in Vancouver, Washington.

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