Attend a Conference Just for Moms

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There are conferences and conventions for every profession. But there are few that I know of that address the most noble of professions.

Two years ago I had the opportunity to attend a Mom Heart Conference and it was a wonderfully refreshing time for me as a mom. My friend Jessika and I got to catch up, share girl time, and otherwise recharge in our lives as MOMs.

Then FishBaby was in tow at a mere five months. This year, she’s staying home.

Jessika and I are really looking forward to hanging out and hearing what Sally Clarkson, the keynote speaker has to say to moms like us.

Sally has written a number of books, including one on our Booking It list this year, Dancing with My Father. She is a mother of four and a sweet, humble woman who has ministered to me through her writing for years.

There will be four conferences this year. Perhaps there’s one in your neck of the woods. I recommend checking it out and see if you can swing it.

2011 ~ Mom Heart Conferences

January 21-22: Colorado Springs, CO

February 4-5: Irvine/OC, CA

February 18-19: Irving/DFW, TX

March 4-5: Raleigh/Durham, NC

What do YOU do to recharge your batteries?

Have you been to a Mom Heart Conference? Are you going this year?

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  1. I think the idea of getting away to re-charge is so essential! Some Mom’s feel like if they ever leave their kids they are doing them ill. I have found over the years, that getting away with some girlfriends sends me home recharged, excited and motivated in my roll as mom & wife. Every year a group of girlfriends (10 of us) take a long weekend away at a beach house. We fellowship, play cards, eat junk, catch up on “just for fun reading”, take in the beautiful Oregon Coast, and spend a lot of time in our jammie pants! What a blessing that time is to us and our families. We get a chance to eat uninterrupted and our hubby’s get quality time to do crazy “Dad stuff” with the kids. It is such a blessing and I look forward to it yearly!