Moms, there are so many “What to Expect” and motherhood prep books out there, which are great, but it’s time we indulge in a new kind of book. A book that offers a sense of community, camaraderie, comfort, and support for our daily dealings. It’s time to Pour Me Some
Being a mother is rewarding, stressful, delightful, exhausting, challenging – a roller coaster of emotions! I often find that there is a battle between moms who stay home with their kids (or work from home) and moms who work outside of their home. Each type of mom thinks her life is harder than the opposing lifestyle, but that’s what is great about Pour Me Some
We all deal with stress. We all deal with guilt. We all deal with the lack of “me” time. We are all different and have chosen different paths, but the one thing that unites us is motherhood!
Authors Trina Epp and Leah Speer cover every topic from MOM GUILT, to WORRIES, STRESS, HEARTACHE and more in their easy-to-read book. They share their personal experiences which make us all feel a little bit more normal, which is really all we’re looking for at the end of the day. Within each topic they give us a “dare to pair” section that suggests the perfect wine for each dilemma.
From the Back of the Book
From mom guilt to proud celebrations and more, in Pour Me Some
Whine Wine! Trina Epp and Leah Speer – as well as other moms – share their stories and the many emotions virtually all moms experience on their daily journey called motherhood.
As “mommoisseurs” (wine enthusiasts who also happen to be mothers), Epp and Speer share how they learned about wine in a simple and easy manner that invited you to do so as well. The stories touch on a wide range of mom emotions and topics meant to offer support, humor, understanding, and camaraderie. These stories are paired with wine recommendations meant to make moms smile, relax, and learn about different wines at the same time.
The authors introduce you to a world of wines for every occasion, so you can become a mommoisseur yourself. Or perhaps you’re simply looking for a good win to enjoy on your own, to share with a friend, or for entertaining guests. The handy wine index at the back of the book will help you with that.
This is a brilliant gift for the wine-loving moms in your life and should be given to new moms to reference as their little ones get older. This is a light-hearted, humorous yet sincere, book that I’m confident will become a best seller.