As a mother, my job is to take care of the possible...and trust God with the impossible. - Ruth Bell Graham The cook. The laundress. The maid. The nurse. The teacher. The bus driver. The repairman. The athlete. The security guard. The librarian. The provider. The shelter. The superhero. She’ s all things to everyone. She’ s a mother. It’ s a job that really needs to come with a guidebook. No one volume could handle all the daily trials, tasks and tribulations of mothering. It would be physically impossible to create a book of that magnitude. Help is available, however, in a volume that highlights and provides smart instruction on the in and outs of a lifetime of motherhood. Mothering, by prominent psychologist Grace Ketterman, is an informative book for moms at any stage of life, from prenatal to The Sandwich Generation. In the final book of the Framing Better Families Series, Dr. Ketterman shares thoughts on the world’ s toughest job with a mixture of sensitivity and good, practical advice. Threaded throughout is the main point to always love and cherish your children and to share God with them. Transferring their grip to His hand is the most blessed thing a mother can do. Paper.