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by Mary Ann Kuharski

Download Outnumbered!: Raising 13 Kids with Humor and Prayer eBook
ISBN:
0867167343
Author:
Mary Ann Kuharski
Category:
Christian Living
Language:
English
Publisher:
Servant Books; Later Printing edition (January 25, 2006)
Pages:
198 pages
EPUB book:
1305 kb
FB2 book:
1765 kb
DJVU:
1850 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
359


To outsiders, the Kuharski family life sometimes looked like controlled chaos.

To outsiders, the Kuharski family life sometimes looked like controlled chaos. With 13 kids-seven by birth, six by airport (adopted)-it sometimes felt that way to family members, too. There were those vacations when the entire family jammed into one motel room. There were the excuses: Kari told me she wanted her hair cut that short. Dominic told me the cement was dry. To To outsiders, the Kuharski family life sometimes looked like controlled chaos.

To outsiders, the Kuharski family life sometimes looked like controlled chaos

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Mary Ann Kuharski (Author). Dave Hile (Illustrator). These are the most recent 10 blog posts about Outnumbered!: Raising 13 Kids with Humor and Prayer in JacketFlap's Children's Publishing Blog Reader. With 13 kids seven by birth, six by airport (adopted) it sometimes felt that way to family members, too. View Mary Ann Kuharski's profile.

To outsiders, the Kuharski family life sometimes looked like controlled chaos Through it all, by the grace of God, much prayer and lots of common sense, the family became an oasis of stability and love. With 13 kids-seven by birth, six by "airport" (adopted)-it sometimes felt that way to family members, too. There were the excuses: "Kari told me she wanted her hair cut that short. Through it all, by the grace of God, much prayer and lots of common sense, the family became an oasis of stability and love. Whether your family is big or small, whether you have young children, old children, grandchildren or no children, Outnumbered! will bring you to a place at a very special family table.

Mary Ann Kuharski, author of Outnumbered! Raising Thirteen Kids With Humor and Prayer (Servant, 2006) and three other books, is director of the billboard company Prolife Across America. We encourage a lively and honest discussion of our content. We ask that charity guide your words.

Mary Ann and her husband traveled far and wide to embrace their adopted children over the years: We have .

Mary Ann and her husband traveled far and wide to embrace their adopted children over the years: We have one child from the Philippines, two from Vietnam. We have one from Calcutta, India, one Mexican-American who is partly American Indian, and one black American. Mary Ann faced parenting her large family with a positive perspective, with humor and prayer, she says, and she adds that My philosophy is you can’t get through this life –if you are going to try to do it without humor and prayer, good luck. Mary Ann kept things simple in her household, focusing on her ultimate goal, which she.

Mary Ann Kuharski is a wife and mother of thirteen children, six of whom are adopted. She and her husband, John, now also grandparents, are parishioners at St. Charles Borromeo Parish in Minneapolis and active members of the Knights of Columbus

Mary Ann Kuharski is a wife and mother of thirteen children, six of whom are adopted. Charles Borromeo Parish in Minneapolis and active members of the Knights of Columbus. Kuharski is a founding member and president of PROLIFE Across AMERICA, known as The Billboard People.

Join Mary in prayers for her children as you apply them to your own off-spring with this well-known poet who is this generation's most talented spiritual writer. Read poetry and prayers that only Mary can create to take you into her heart and soul. A full glossary of poetic styles used in the book is enclosed.

To outsiders, the Kuharski family life sometimes looked like controlled chaos. With 13 kids seven by birth, six by airport (adopted) it sometimes felt that way to family members, too. There were those vacations when the entire family jammed into one motel room. There were the excuses: Kari told me she wanted her hair cut that short. Dominic told me the cement was dry. Tony said that Grandma said there wasn't any poison ivy in that area. And, from a child playing with matches in the basement: I didn t know the newspapers would catch fire so quickly and spread to the paint cans. There were the challenges of adopting special needs children and the heartbreak of watching some of those children fail to adapt. Through it all, by the grace of God, much prayer and lots of common sense, the family became an oasis of stability and love. Whether your family is big or small, whether you have young children, old children, grandchildren or no children, Outnumbered! will bring you to a place at a very special family table.
  • Dangerous
This book was okay, not exactly what I was expecting, but okay. I was looking for books similar to those written by Theresa Bloomingdale, whom I would say is a Catholic version of the late Erma Bombeck. I love Mrs. Bloomingdale's books although now out of print and hard to find. This book however was not like that at all. Mrs. Kuharski shared very few anecdotes about her family and basically implied that her and her husband's way of raising children was the correct way. They reminded me of a Catholic version of The Duggar family from 19 Kids and Counting. There were a couple of very poignant chapters and that is why I am giving the book 3 stars. I will not be ordering anymore books by this author and will continue searching for more books of the type I searching for.
  • Rainshaper
IT MADE ME LAUGH OUT LOUD IT IS REMARKABLE HOW SHE AND JOHN GOT ALONG WITH SO MANY MOUTHS TO FEED. THEIR BIG FAITH AND LOVE OF GOD AND SINCE OF HUMOR GOT THEM BOTH THROUGH AND ALOT OF FAITH AND LOVE AND PRAYERS DIDN'T HURT EITHER.MARY ANN IS A VERY GOOD WRITER.
  • Lanadrta
Very good, an excellent story and continuing from the first 3 books on how the family made it through the toddler & teenage years! Though it wasn't always easy they still remained a family committed to their faith! Mary Ann's a "cheerleader" to all Mom's and families trying to raise a Godly family!