My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book made me happy to read. It encouraged me to start a girls’ club of my own with my three girls. The chapters are written in story form to share about the original girls’ club and how they carried the club into their grownup lives. Their girls’ clubs have included women all over the world as God has moved them.
I started focusing more on what I can do to instill this sense of sisterhood in my own girls. I have begun taking them each on dates and coordinating a girls’ club of my own.
It’s a great encouragement.
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I recently read a book by Sally Clarkson and her daughters called Girls’ Club. They share about the weekly club they had and how it transformed their relationships. I’m trying to do this with my girls. I have also been on an individual date with each of my girls this past week. Today, Yasha informed me that she wanted to be a pilot, race car driver, train conductor, astronaut, or ballerina. She also wanted to know how old the first baby I miscarried would be now and if babies that miscarry go to heaven. There is so much going on in their little minds. I’m thankful for girl dates. 💕What do you do to create deeper relationships with your kids?
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