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Wee gals need to play nice, and so do their mommies. Tragically, we can get spun up and divided over issues like how to deliver, feed, or diaper our babies. When we’re buried under the demands of a newborn or toddler, it’s often easier to text a friend “Happy Birthday” or “I’ll pray for you” instead of actually calling or visiting her in person. How are we supposed to act toward each other when we barely sleep, our hormones are raging, and our house is littered with cheerios and wooden blocks? Tracy believes the things we learned in kindergarten ought to be studied once again, or our friendships may become shallow during a season where we need them desperately. She leaves mommies:
We were never meant to mother alone. We need help! Tracy loves to encourage other young moms by sharing the two gifts that have been invaluable to her as she navigates the season of being a tired and scatterbrained young mom. Tracy candidly unwraps the gifts that have helped mommies:
Before Tracy had kids, she thought she knew what it took to be a “good mom.” Laughing hysterically now, she admits she knew nothing before becoming a mom to her precious children, Jackson and Katie. In this talk Tracy now shares what she believes is the secret to becoming a “good mom.” Moms will: