I’d say Jill Savage wrote “No More Perfect Moms” just for me, but as part of the book’s launch team and Holley Gerth‘s God-sized Dream Team, I’ve learned I’m not alone in both craving perfection and wanting to rid my life of perfection. It’s in this spirit of community I’ve invited fellow mommas to share their imperfect lives this week.
Today is the last day you can have a “mom university” delivered right to your computer when you buy Jill Savage’s “No More Perfect Moms.” Buy the book and receive FREE resources worth more than $100. This works even if you buy the Kindle version. Here is the list of what you’ll get when you email your receipt to NoMorePerfectMoms@moody.edu.
Elly Gilbert is another member of the “No More Perfect Moms” launch team. And she’s a fellow Kentuckian! I’m glad she took me up on my idea to swap blog posts and is sharing here today.
When I was a teenager in a previous century, the phrase “Get real!” was a common comeback used to remind your buddies they need a reality check. It was a sarcastic barb tossed around as we waded through the malarkey of high school. It was such a popular saying, it spawned a movie and a TV series of the same name. It was a slang term, making light of someone’s pie in the sky idealism.
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