“Grumpy Mom Takes a Holiday,” Valerie Woerner

“Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. Point out anything in  me that offends you, and lead me along the path of everlasting life.” Psalm 139:23-24

This is a prayer I pray daily. Motherhood, like nothing else, catapulted me into a massive growth spurt in my faith. I had no choice but to cling to Him as I learned …and am still learning …how to be the mother He wills me to be for the lives He’s entrusted in my care. 

This book comes alongside mothers looking to accomplish the same feat. It’s an ongoing process, and the author’s humor and Biblical knowledge fill the pages of this book with laughter and tears. 

The book is broken up into five parts, “Surrender,” “Replenish,” “Develop,” “Connect,” and “Thrive.” Chapter 7, “On Empty, Say Hello to More Energy,” and Chapter 8, “What’s Next Papa? Say Hello to More Joy,” resonated with me the most. No matter what book I am reading, God always finds a way to speak straight to my heart, and He did so in this Chapters. 

“Grumpy Mom Takes a Holiday” will be a refreshing read for any momma seeking reassurance from the Father that she was made to raise her kids. It can be so overwhelming, and Woerner let’s us know that it’s OK to feel and talk about how overwhelming it all really is!!!

“We don’t default to joy. We have to fight for it. Scripture gives us a rather surprising command about joy: ‘Always be joyful.’ (1 Thessalonians 5:16) “

Click here to purchase your copy of “Grumpy Mom Takes a Holiday.”

I received a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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