Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Litfuse Review: Stepping on Cheerios

As a parent, I know I have stepped on my fair share of cheerios and legos. One makes a mess while the other causes pain. Motherhood can be messy yet beautiful, painful yet joyful, blessed yet a trial. God is in the midst of it all. Some days that is easier to see than others. Raising a son of my own, I was able to feel a bond with Betsy Singleton Snyder as I read and reviewed her new release: Stepping on Cheerios.

About the Book:

Stepping on Cheerios is a must read book for every mom raising boys. With humor and vulnerable self-reflection, Betsy Singleton Snyder talks about the joys and trials of raising four boys, including a set of triplets. She shares stories from her own life journey: being a mom late in life, bed rest, raising triplets, and cardiac failure to help mothers know they aren't alone in their journey. Motherhood is messy and beautiful, blessings and trials, good days and bad days and Betsy does a marvelous job of painting a true picture of God's presence in the chaos and clutter of life for those who will soon be first-time moms to those who are raising children.

About the Author:

Betsy Singleton Snyder is the author of Stepping on Cheerios and a mom who understands the sweet times and trials of raising boys. She and her husband, a former United States Representative for fourteen years, are the parents of four boys: Penn (the oldest) and Wyatt, Sullivan, and Aubrey (the triplets). Three dogs, two cats, and fish add to their menagerie. Betsy is also an ordained United Methodist minister. She is a contributor to the Arkansas Democrat Gazzette's mommy blog, MTL Magazine, and Little Rock Family Magazine column Parent-ish. You can learn more about Betsy on her website: WomenAde as well as her Facebook and Twitter pages.

Where to Buy the Book:
Barnes and Noble

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