In her new book, Hiding from My Kids in My Prayer Closet, Jessica Kastner share stories from the heart about being a mom. Just when you thought your child had done the most unbelievable or unthinkable thing and your reputation will never recover, Jessica Kastner is there to tell you are not alone.
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This book is for “un-moms”. Ever wonder if you are an “un-mom”? You’ll want to check-out Jessica’s funny list of things that might make you an “un-mom”. Un-moms don’t always feel like they were born with a natural “mom” gene but are still great moms. Being a mom isn’t always natural, and sometimes we aren’t perfect.
In Hiding from My Kids in My Prayer Closet, Jessica Kastner shares her unique “un-mom” moments and encourages you that perfection in motherhood is overrated. It’s not about what others expect you to be, but being the mom you were born to be.
Hiding from My Kids in My Prayer Closet is an enjoyable read. Jessica Kastner shares personal stories from her life you will find you can easily relate to in every chapter. You will smile and be encouraged by Jessica’s humor and grace in sharing her everyday experiences of motherhood that are probably very similar to your experiences.
If you are looking for an enjoyable book to read about life as mom, you will find Hiding from My Kids in My Prayer Closet a delightful book to read. It’s a great book to read a chapter or two during your lunch time, your children’s nap time or just while you are relaxing before bed.