According to Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle, regarding Catholic Family Fun,
I think you’re going to love it. Do you have kids or know someone who does? This IS THE book for today’s parent!
She very kindly hosted Catholic Family Fun today as part of the Book Tour.
Over at Among Women, Pat Gohn is playing hostess to me as I share “Five Ways to Have Fun with Family Fun.” It’s something I continue to struggle with (don’t be surprised: this book I wrote is as much for my family as yours!).
It still seems unlikely to me that *I* am the author of Catholic Family Fun: A Guide for the Adventurous, Overwhelmed, Creative, or Clueless, because, so often, I feel like I’m firmly planted in the Land of the Clueless.Here are five ways I’ve found to make my attempts at family fun actually enjoyable for me, the mom who has to plan, execute, and repeat. I find that, when I can remember to follow my own advice, my instances of family fun burnout are less frequent and my ability to laugh is more sincere.
To find out what the five tips I share are, you’ll have to stop over at Among Women!