Authors of “Mothering, An Art of the Heart” are proud to announce that we will be at the Penfield Wegman’s tomorrow from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Come see us! A portion of all proceeds will be donated to Step by Step, an outreach program of Volunteers of America of Western New York. Thisyear, Step byStep is celebrating twenty years of empowering women who are, have been, or are at risk of being incarcerated to claim their strengths and build healthylives for themselves and their families.
There will also be a book signing after the Masses at Church of the Assumption, Fairport, NY on April 20-21!
Learning to Live with Others
“Children need guidance and support as they navigate their expanding world of school and community.”
What area of teaching your child/ren to interact with family and others do you find most difficult?
The authors of “Mothering, An Art of the Heart” are proud to announce our book is now available on Kindle! Check it out!
Celebrating Life Together…
“Traditions make connections within the family and between generations, creating feelings of closeness and a sense of identity.”
What memorable traditions would you like to share for your family?
“The Dominican,” from Dominican University has advertized “Mothering An Art of the Heart”, co-authored by Diane Knittle, class of ’65
“Mothering, An Art of the Heart” is the featured article in the Our Lady of Mercy Alumnae News! Mentioned in the article are the authors and the daughters of authors who have graduated from Our Lady of Mercy High School, Rochester, NY. “I can’t think of a better example of how an all-girl high school education creates bright, clever, collabortive, strong, independent women, than the experience of writing this book,” said JoAnn Figueiredo, class of ’71 and editor.
The Bluestockings Mom’s Group has chosen “Mothering, An Art of the Heart” as their Fall book selection to read and share their own stories of mothering!
Nurturing, Love and Attention for Healthy Growth
“Piece by piece a mother is nurtured so she can blanket her child with the same love and attention.”
As a mom, who or what nurtures you?
Joy: Enjoying Family Life
“Our desire as mothers is to create an atmosphere in which joy can flourish.”
How have our stories of joy helped you think about the joy that bubbled up in your family recently?