March 16, 2009

Confessions of a Completely (In)Sane Mother by Kersten Campbell

Confessions of a Completely (In)sane Mother

Rating:
This book is highly entertaining and indeed humorous. My only problem with the book came from my own discomfort at the realization of how much I had in common with the author. A couple of the chapters caused me extreme embarrassment and shame at my own lack of organizational skills. I laughed out loud over the zucchini chapter having tried to put several gargantuan zucchini "up for adoption" when I was a child. I wanted to cry with the author over the depth and breadth of disasters than can occur in one household (I probably have her beat in this category). I did enjoy this book thoroughly. I would not hesitate to share or recommend it to any mother who feels overwhelmed and overworked. To know that I am not alone is invaluable. The best consequence of reading this book was that I was finally motivated to clean out my church bag!

Description:

(Taken from the front Cover) Welcome to the world of Kersten Campbell! She's a mother of 5 children, a devoted wife, and an extremely enthusiastic homemaker. As she strives to have sanity in her crazy household, Campbell infuses her humor in every situation that she comes up against. Whether it's her two-year-old creating a mushroom cloud of powdered milk in the kitchen or trying to sleep in a tent with five children on a campout, Campbell works with her family to overcome their problems and find laughter in all situations.

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