Leave Your Footprints Along The Way

A Discussion Workbook for Mothers & Daughters


I originally wrote this workbook for my daughter Jacqueline when she turned 13. I thought I was pretty good at communicating what was important to me, but it seemed like every time I tried to talk to her about these topics, we’d get off the subject, she didn’t want to hear it, or we’d end up arguing about some little aspect of the conversation. When I put it in written words, she was able to read it on her own time, when she was ready and wanted to know what I thought. I realized other moms may benefit from this approach as well. I don’t attempt to know the right answers, or even all the right questions, but hopefully this workbook will help other moms and daughters discuss ‘the tough stuff’. I’d love to know what your thoughts are, if it worked for you, or what advice you’d have for other moms doing their best to share what’s important with their daughters. Please share your thoughts with us!


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3 responses to “Leave Your Footprints Along The Way

  1. Peggy Christian

    Finished your book this morning and really enjoyed it! I thought it was extremely thought provoking and I will use it as a tool to guide myself and my two daughters through what is one of life’s most challenging stages. Also, what was brought to my attention was how I as a parent can re-evaluate where I am not only as a mother but more importantly as a role model for my children. Some of the proverbs really hit home. I especially love the SAK!

  2. Tracy Bevard

    Enjoyed the article very much in the Kennett Paper. I did go to amazon and order two copies!

  3. Tracy Bevard

    I received my two copies today. If you have time to meet at Talulla’s tomorrow or Wednesday let me know a time. I know it is close to Christmas and you are probably really busy, I just thought I would ask. I need to do some last minute shopping at The Mushroom Cap.


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