Biggest Challenge of Being a Mom
Gina: Balancing all the things I have to do and still finding some me time!
Being a Don’t Sweat Mom Means
Gina: Being a Don’t Sweat Mom means I don’t have time in my life to sweat the little things, so I don’t bother anymore. It means I’m more patient, less frustrated, and don’t care so much about messes. Works for me!
A Wish For Other Moms
Gina: Do the best you can but remember you can’t control everything, for example, the future. Your kids may or may not go to college, may or may not get married, may or may not have kids. Don’t focus on that, but rather teach them love, respect, service, and let them know their true value. The rest will take care of itself.
Favorite Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff for Moms Chapter
Gina: “You are Enough as You Are” is my favorite chapter. The title says it all!
Gina is a blogger specializing in raising kids with disabilities to have a fantastic future, and supporting their amazing moms at Mom-Blog.com. Her Facebook fan page includes deals, giveaways, and commentary on allergen-free and organic living, biomedical cures, and the whole autism debate.