Mom Enough interviews Kate Hopper

Mom Enough

Hopper_Ready coverParenting is full of surprises. And, as wonderful as it often is, parenting nearly always is more challenging and complicated than most of us could have imagined before we had children. When medical emergencies threaten both mom and baby, the ensuing emotions can be overwhelming. Such was the case for this week’s Mom Enough guest, author Kate Hopper, whose newest book chronicles the uncertainty, heartache and powerlessness that ensued when her first child was born prematurely. Whatever surprises and challenges you have faced in your own parenting experience, you will be touched and inspired by Kate’s candor. And you will take heart in the way she and her family moved through despair and depression to hope, relief and joy.

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