Finding Mommy Bliss

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MommyBliss_FlatforeBooksFinding Mommy Bliss
by Genny Heikka
Published by Hallway Publishing
178 pages
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When women are pregnant, people seem to always comment about the “glow” that moms-to-be have (even if we don’t feel glowing). Once that precious bundle arrives, everyone seems to have stories about how hard motherhood is. Yes, there are hard days, but that doesn’t need to be the focus of what it means to have kids. If having kids have seem to sucked the joy you once had, it is time to rediscovered that joy. There are so many great moments we experience with our kids. Genny Heikka will help you in finding mommy bliss in her new book.

In Genny’s book, Finding Mommy Bliss: , she shares with us 20 tips that will help us to discover unexpected joy in everyday moments. Each chapter is a tip. As I was reading the book, it was like listening to a mentor mom talk to me. I love reading the stories of how Genny found her way to mommy bliss, even during those challenging years of mothering young kids, and even while chasing crickets all over the house at six in the morning. I hear her heart for moms and I hear her hope that moms won’t miss those moments and opportunities when we need to take to teach and love on our kids when they make a mistake or they are needing a little more attention from us.


Some of the tips are gentle reminders, and others are a smack in the forehead (at least for me!):

  • Don’t Rush the Journey
  • Create the Laugh
  • Love Your Dreams

One of my favorite parts of her book is the end of each chapter where she has a “Mom-to-Mom”, “Heart-to-Heart”, and “A Mom’s Prayer”. This is a great book to read on your own, but also a wonderful book to read through with a friend or a group of other moms. We all need cheerleaders on this journey called motherhood, and Genny is a great cheerleaders, but we also need others to come along aside us to encourage us.

Another thing I love? The Snippet App version of Finding Mommy Bliss!! It is so fun hearing and seeing Genny. You know she is passionate about moms finding bliss in their mothering adventures.

gennyBefore kids arrived on the scene, Genny was a manager at a global computer company, climbing the corporate ladder. She quit her job to stay at home with her kids, and she rediscovered her love of writing and set out to become an author. She lives in Northern California (for now) with her hubby and two kids. You can read more about here HERE and HERE.

Other reviews of Finding Mommy Bliss:
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“Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”): Many thanks to Genny Heikka for providing this prize for the giveaway. Choice of winners and opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.

Only one entrant per mailing address, per giveaway. If you have won the same prize on another blog, you are not eligible to win it again. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.”

One lucky reader will receive a copy of Finding Mommy Bliss. Giveaway ends Tuesday, May 13th. (Giveaway open to US residents ONLY.)

For your chance to win, leave a comment below with a story/memory with your mom or about being a mom! For extra entries, tweet about the book or leave a comment on any post on our family blog Keeping Up with the Moys. Leave separate comments to each extra entry with link to entry if possible.

– Joyce


6 thoughts on “Finding Mommy Bliss

  1. My mom always makes me feel like she is glad to see ME (not just the grandkids) when my family takes the trip back East once a year. She makes a point of taking time out of our busy gotta-visit-all-the-family schedule to whisk me away ALONE to go shopping, etc. I cherish the one-on-one time with her. My mom reminds me that I am worth spending time with!!

  2. I so distinctly remember that when I had something to say growing up my mom always made me feel like I was the only one who mattered in that moment.

  3. As the mom of 3, I can identify. To this day, my mom always runs herself ragged to take care of everyone. She is always changing a diaper, handling mealtime, or entertaining a cranky toddler to give me a break. I aspire to be the kind of mom she’s always been!

  4. My favorite memory with my mom will always be the mom and daughter days we had- we would go to lunch, go shopping and go see a movie! Some of the best times I will always treasure! 🙂

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