Balancing Act (Heidi Elliott #1)
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Fiercely independent, new-mom Heidi has never been one for group activities, much less church chats and teas. Pushed into accepting an invitation to the Wednesday night Moms Group, she finds herself in a sea of polyester, polka dots, big hair, and strong women who just might hold the lifeline she didn’t think she needed.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published August 25th 2006 by NavPress (first published August 22nd 2006)
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Anne
Fun, but not mindless. A good study of reactions and responses in relationships when the stresses of living life in 21st century America--marriage, career, motherhood, friendships, and of course, Christian faith--collide. Though I don't have exactly the same experiences as Heidi Elliott, I could relate to the crazy places The Enemy tries to take me in my experiences. This story also gives no excuses for choosing to reduce the stresses by choosing faith and family above all other experiences. It'...more
Christie
Oct 25, 2007 Christie rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: moms
I'm about half way through this book and Stuart has nailed the new mommy life! I also love her narrative style and the main character (maybe because she's a high school teacher?)
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This is a great book! Any woman who has had an infant will understand, especially if they returned to work. I laughed because I could relate. It also was candid about the relationship "lag" that happens to a lot of couples after the birth of their first child. I highly recommend this to all my momm...more
Sharelle
Funny. Stuart always makes me laugh. I pass her books around and they make my friends laugh too.
Kristy
nice cute easy read depicting heidi - a woman adjusting to new motherhood, work, marriage, etc.
Kerry
Chick (Mommy) Lit with a Christian slant. Lots that I could relate to. Easy read.
Mike Mueller
nicely written (and by my college roommate's wife) !
Lisa
Laugh out loud, real humor. Great vacation read!
Shellie G
Cute first novel by Kimberly Stuart.
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Kimberly Stuart wants you to know that authors write their own bios and are hardly reliable sources, particularly if they are writers of fiction. Nevertheless, there are a few facts that stand out:

1. Stuart loves a good story, both written and lived.

2. Stuart loves imported chocolate and her children, though the order of her affections sometimes gets muddled.

3. Stuart writes comedic women's ficti...more
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