Mere Motherhood: Morning times, nursery rhymes, and my journey toward sanctification

Mere Motherhood: Morning times, nursery rhymes, and my journey toward sanctification

It was back in the 1980's when Cindy Rollins, then a new mom in search of the best ways to teach her baby son, first heard of homeschooling. Thirty years and nine children later, Cindy has become a popular blogger, podcaster, and award winning teacher. This is her story. It's a story of big families and cross-country moves, and small-town living. It's about great books and morning times and nursery rhymes. It's the story of a dedicated mother's journey toward the Truth and the family she brought along with her.

Title:Mere Motherhood: Morning times, nursery rhymes, and my journey toward sanctification
ISBN:9780986325748
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    Mere Motherhood: Morning times, nursery rhymes, and my journey toward sanctification Reviews

  • Kay Pelham

    I am the same age as Cindy Rollins, but perhaps this is where our life similarities end. In fact, I feel like my life pattern is the flip-flop of hers. Cindy was married at 18 and went on to give birt...

  • ladydusk

    Own. I must admit, I loved this book from the moment I knew it was coming out. I read Cindy's blog for years and years, so I knew she could write. I knew she offered humor and grace. I listen to her p...

  • Sally Ewan

    Homeschool blogger Cindy Rollins has written a book about her experiences as a mother and homeschooler. This is a lovely book, with a conversational tone that easily touches one's heart. Cindy doesn't...

  • Carol Bakker

    This book was why I sat in the bathroom for hours last night. MM has skyrocketed to the top of my 'must read' recommendations for homeschoolers. A quilt of wisdom, stitched with humility and humor. Al...

  • momma.hailey

    While I finished the book days ago, I've been processing my thoughts for a review. There has been much hype in the homeschool world regarding this book and I desire to give it a complete review. I fin...

  • Heidi

    I had high hopes for this book. I love listening to Cindy Rollins on "The Mason Jar" podcast, and her ideas have been influential in forming me as a new homeschooling mom. I value her thoughts so high...

  • Havebooks Willread

    I loved this book!Oh, it wasn't amazing, I must admit. It's a memoir from Cindy's 30 years of homeschooling, not a how-to-homeschool book, so don't open it expecting that. And really, for a memoir, it...

  • Janalee

    You probably won't find this in the library (or Amazon, strangely), so just buy it. My friend, Shannon, lent it to me, after texting me pictures of certain paragraphs she thought I would like. So here...

  • Jess

    I put off purchasing this book as it is not yet available at amazon.ca. After reading raving reviews I bit the bullet, ordered from Circe, and called it a New Year's gift to myself.If there were 25 ho...

  • Laura Minton

    This book felt like sitting down for coffee with a seasoned homeschool mom of 9. It was encouraging and entertaining. Rollins was real about her life and struggles, but at the same time presses her re...