The buzz about “Mommy Time”

Here are some fun quotes from various reviews of my newest book Mommy Time: 90 Devotions for New Moms. To read the full reviews, click on the accompanying links. And if you’re feeling so inclined, feel free to post your own honest review on Amazon and elsewhere. Enjoy!

Mommy Time is a great read for all moms and will make you feel like you are not alone in this time of motherhood.”

“Each devotional will ring true for you as a new mom. . . This book would make a great baby shower gift for any mom to be.”

This one from the father of three kids under the age of 2 1/2: “I admit that I sometimes hesitate to pick up devotional books. They can tend to be overly-sentimental, almost like reading the Bible through the lens of a Hallmark card. But that ain’t Mommy Time…What Mommy Time represents is the considered reflection of a gifted writer who has put her writing ability and theological insight into the service of daily life & faith. ”

“There is so much in this book for every mom to relate to. This would be the perfect baby shower gift.”

“The author seems to know just the right biblical verses and applies them to the miracle of life and motherhood. . . this book is very inviting and would make a good gift for any new mom or at a baby shower.”

Update, 4/12:

“I thought that these devotions were absolutely wonderful… a great way to recharge your spirit during a busy day with a baby…I would highly recommend this devotional to any mother to be – I think this would make an awesome baby shower gift. I would give this book a 5/5 [stars]- Sarah Arthur did a wonderful job speaking to a mother’s heart. Love it!”

Just a great introduction to the book overall:

“Mommy Time blessed my heart, and I know it will bless any new mom’s heart as well!”

Update 10/13 (not that I explicitly encourage moms to have a manicure, but we do need mommy time): “I especially appreciated the breadth of the Scripture and Christian references and stories, personal, biblical, and from the early church to mothers (nursing, pregnant included), the word studies, the authentic personal writing, and the honest questions asked (what is family?) and answers discussed.”

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