help you survive, and the Table of Contents verifies that. This devotional covers “You Can’t Quit Birth” to “Never Give Up on Your Dreams” to “Your Momma Can’t Dance and Your Daddy Done Lost Your Shoes.”
The style of writing has intellectual and emotional qualities, which are simplicity, hum, and wit. This devotional is written with an original and refreshing concept using a very informal tone.
Kerri Pomaroll’s chapters begin with a scriptural verse, and adds “Take a MOMENT to think about…”, and a short prayer afterwards. A few titles are “I’m Keepin’ the Purse; Nutella Binges; Mommy Magic; Heartaches and Battles, and Single Girls Speak Out to Moms.”
At the end of her introduction, Kerri Pomarolli states, “Wait, my six-year-old is laid out in the kitchen with twelve bottles of mini-yogurt drinks surrounding her. I’ll be right back. “Hello, Poison Control? Yeah . . . it’s me, Kerri again!”
This book is written with humor and wit to push you forward, and to end your day on a happy note. I recommend to moms who need or want a daily pick-me-up. This devotional is an excellent choice after reading Mom’s Night Out by Tricia Goyer, and a gifting opportunity.
I received this book free from the Litfuse Publicity Reviewer Program for an honest and unbiased review.