02 Apr 2012

The Cheerleader for Tired Moms {a free printable & EBook announcement!}

I think motherhood should come with a super hero cape and a cheerleader. My {free} eBook The Cheerleader for Tired Moms might be the next best thing. Just enter your email & you’ll receive my eBook pronto.









 

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  1. 1

    Oh my, friend. So beautifully brilliant, beautifully encouraging, and beautifully YOU. And all the tired mamas say, “Amen!”

  2. 2

    Love this! And, oh my goodness, I was laughing {and nodding} through the entire list of “you deserve this book” facts. Brilliant. And, yes, I totally deserve that book if that’s the list. Especially because I have boys. All who need aiming help. ;)

    Blessings friend. And thank you for blessing me {and many others} with your words of encouragement.

    Rachel

  3. 3
    Julie Anne says:

    I’m delighted to say, I have survived through 3, 9, & 10!
    I deal with 4, 7, & 8 every day!!
    And 1 only because I enjoy the quiet so much after they go to bed, that I forget to go to bed myself! (and because when they do wake up, they know they get more sympathy from dad… Is that awful?)

    Love it and can’t wait for the ebook! Thanks for your encouragement to moms and small bloggers! We love you!

  4. 4

    Love, love, love it! No matter what age or stage, every mother needs a cheerleader! Thank you for your constant uplifting. May God uplift YOU and shower you with many blessings.

  5. 5

    I just recently found your blog so a collection of your favorite posts about mothering sounds awesome. Thanks.

  6. 6

    LOVE it, Lisa-Jo! Thanks for your great encouragement!

  7. 7

    PERFECTION! You are SUCH a natural cheerleader! I love how you compiled your wise, encouraging words as a gift to those who NEED to hear ‘em. Lovely gesture my friend :).

    xo

  8. 8

    Woo-hoo! High-kicking with you today, friend!

  9. 9

    So excited for this gift, this e-book, and so thankful for to journey with you in the process! Wahooooo!

  10. 10

    Yay, Lisa-Jo!!!!

  11. 11

    So cool! My favorite is the long lost library book. lol :) Cute!

  12. 12

    To quote Kristen from above “And all the tired mamas say, “Amen!”
    Love your writings and I’m looking forward to your book.
    Have an amazing, blessed day!

  13. 13

    Brilliant! If only it came with a square of Dove chocolate and time to savor both with you. :)

  14. 14

    Number 4 is so true, it always makes me want to declare out loud ‘I do have a name!!!’
    Thanks for a great blog :)

  15. 15

    Umm, this is for me. I will be patiently awaiting your ebook :)

  16. 16
    Carolyn says:

    I can’t wait. I don’t even know anything about your blog but the title of your book makes me tear up so I’m going to assume that I will love it. I didn’t know humans could function at such an intense level of ongoing fatigue until I had my second baby. Now I know. A cheerleader is exactly what we all need. I kiss your feet. :)

    • 17

      Functioning at “such an intense level of fatigue” – yes and yes – it’s amazing what we can do. Moms are amazing. YOU are amazing. Cheering you on every step of the way!!

  17. 18

    oh, yay, friend! i love this! woot!

  18. 19

    For a working mum (8am-6pm) with a 1 yr old (battling chicken pox) and an almost 3yr old (full of energy); whose child minder left suddenly without any reason and whose mum (for some undisclosed reason) is unwilling to stay over, I feel just like the mother in the picture with my tired but undefeated smile!

    Thanks for the cheer, I. CAN. DO. IT, AM. A. SUPER. HERO!

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