Let’s try it again!

Yesterday when my blog post came out some of the links didn’t work correctly. Let’s try it again today!  You can find the website at www.NoMorePerfectMoms.com!

The 31 Day No More Perfect Moms email challenge can be signed up for here!  You can sign up now for the daily challenge which January.  It will be a great way to start the new year!

The “Don’t buy this book now” information is here.  This is where you’ll find out the benefits of waiting to order the book the week it releases and a place to be notified when you can order the book and get the bonus resources!

Remember, I’m giving away four more opportunities to be a pre-reader of the book! Simply leave a comment and share how you are an imperfect mom to enter the drawing! I’m extending the entries for one more day.  I’ll announce the winners on Thursday!


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7 thoughts on “Let’s try it again!

  1. Forgot to leave how I am imperfect…let me count the ways…Yesterday, I was in a bad mood for no good reason, and I was short and snippy with all of my kids. They received more consequences than they probably would have from me on a better-mood day. Sometimes I wish I didn’t have so much power in their lives…I so often misuse or abuse that power.

  2. I’d love to share this book with my mom’s group NOW! This would be so great for the holiday season when we all try to be perfect and do too much! I have big and little non-perfect moments. Most recently it was AFTER school – “Mom, you forgot to put a drink in my lunch!” Ooops…..

  3. I would love to preread this book. Sometimes I have it in my head that I am the perfect mom and have it all together. Then life happens, I have sick kids, the house is messy and I have no idea what to make for dinner. Then I end up feeling bad about myself. I want to be ok with being just ok and not perfect.

  4. I would love to be a pre-reader. I often need reminders from my husband when the house work is way behind and I am exhausted that the work that I am doing that can’t be visually seen is the most important.

  5. I posted this story on the No More Perfect Moms website; it’s one of the BIG examples of how I’m imperfect. My oldest daughter is not a complainer; she has siblings who are complainers and some of them have very real needs. I tend to grease the squeaky wheels. She mentioned a few times her leg hurting, but didn’t continue to mention it, so I discounted it until she began limping. A visit to her pediatrician resulted in a referral to a pediatric orthopedist THE NEXT DAY. That visit resulted in surgery THE NEXT DAY to repair the slipped growth plate in her hip. Our children’s forgiveness when we’ve blown it is almost as sweet as God’s.