I have no brothers. My little sister was seven years younger than me, and it was just the two of us. We fished with dad, climbed trees, and even learned how to hunt. I never thought I was a girly-girl.
Fast-forward to the present. I am a mom of six, two girls, followed by four boys. This school year, I stayed at home with the four youngest: FOUR boys. I am not a girly-girl (in fact, my oldest daughter has already surpassed my nail-polishing skills.) But know I know; I have a lot to learn from boys.
Emily Cook is an experienced child-wrangler and mother of six. She laughs and writes to keep her sanity.
Read more by Emily at www.weakandloved.com. She's sure to make you laugh, think, pray, smile, or gag.
Emily is the author of Weak and Loved: A Mother-Daughter Love Story.
"...when she was often reduced to nothing, God carried her through, with or without her cooperation, her understanding or acceptance. This book helped me understand what true grace really is - the totally undeserved, bountiful love of God, which no circumstances can ever take away from us." - bookie, on Amazon.com