I had the pleasure of reading Blue like Play Dough as Tricia wrote it. What impressed me then and now is the incredible way in which Tricia is vulnerable and transparent about the
Ever had those days where you just weren’t sure you could take it anymore? You were pushed, pulled and torn by the joys and chores of motherhood and the hope for more? The everyday push and pull of motherhood often leaves mothers feeling squeezed. Tricia addresses these feelings with a memoir that is real, touching, and so transparent.
The book flows through her days as a young single mother, to blending her family when she married her knight in shining armor, and into the delights of having three children. She even touches on homeschooling, pursuing her dreams, and faith. There is so much packed inside this book. But you don’t have to take my word for it. I gave it to my sister-in-law for an early birthday present and she’s been devouring the book.
You’ll find laughter, understanding and hope as you mother your children. And I pray that as you read this book, you will come to the realization that Tricia did: that God has more in store for her than she ever imagined. Much more. But only when we let God mold our lives for His good.
Blue Like Play Dough: The Shape of Motherhood in the Grip of God
By Tricia Goyer
In the hectic life of an everyday mom, could God be doing something wonderful? Tricia Goyer thinks so. In her spiritual memoir, Blue Like Play Dough, this one time pregnant teenager shares her journey to becoming a busy mom and wife with dreams of her own. From laundry folding to multiple readings of “Goodnight Moon”, Tricia invites women to see God’s loving hand at work in every aspect of their lives. Paperback.