Mom Connection Book Review by Tracey Bianchi

In a fast paced world of high expectation, and the giving of oneself to a world that often doesn’t notice you exist, the author Tracey Bianchi slows down the tempo and brings us back to the reality that one mom can make a difference. The mom she describes in her book is each one of us, the person who has passion, ideals, goals, love, humor and a whole lot to offer this world. Mrs. Bianchi shows how in the wonderful life of motherhood, the true love of her life that she shows her children,  by forming other connections with other people, sharing friendship, desires, hope to make a connection right were each of us are, motherhood, and how each person, role has a play in completion of our lives.

Mrs. Bianchi goes way back to her childhood, in a sense, all of our childhood, by recollecting and reconnecting  ourselves and the goal of connecting with other people with humor, great memories, and warm fuzzy that make mom’s reminisce and say I remember that! From hulu hoops, to the smell of the old strawberry shortcake dolls,  the comforts that pull all women along! Being a mom doesn’t mean that we lose our connections, desires, in our fast paced bubbles, in fact she gives each chapter an element of new ideas, expectations and goals to enhance our lives in ways we may not have thought of….

Humor, great ideas, and connections make this book a must read! I received a complimentary book from Revell, a division of Baker Publishing in exchange for an honest review. Look for this book at your local Christian book store.


I absolutely love teaching, reading, Genealogy, Bible Studies, spending time with my family and friends!

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