In this episode, Emily Allen talks with Marilynn Song Harri about her essay, “Redefining Supermom”. They talk about the discontent that comes when moms don’t feel that they measure up to the title of Supermom, and how to battle that discontent with gratitude, recognizing that the role a mama has in her home is truly important.
Marilynn Song Harri is a happy wife, mom and homemaker in the small town of Walla Walla, Washington. While she keeps very busy raising and teaching five children at home, she pursues a life of simplicity, laughter and loving Jesus.
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Redefining Supermom by Marilynn Song Harri
One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp
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