An Amish Cradle by Beth Wiseman, Amy Clipson, Kathleen Fuller and Vannetta Chapman ~ Review

An Amish Cradle
Lucie's Review:

Each story shows a glimpse into how the lives of a couple changes after the addition of a child.

In His Father's Arms, Ruth Anne is a young wife, who doesn't know a lot about her son's condition. But makes an effort to learn more, in order to give her son the best life that she can. Meanwhile, her husband reacts differently by withdrawing. Will her husband ever accept their son?

I really liked Joshua in A Son for Always. When he married Carolyn, he adopted her son, Benjamin. He only wants the best for his family and does his best to give them what they need.

In A Heart Full of Love Ellie has reclaimed her independence after losing her sight, but when she and Christopher discover that they are expecting twins, it only increases her mother's worries.

I really loved the way that Etta and Mose's children welcome their new sibling who is something of An Unexpected Blessing even though they themselves are mostly grown.

Overall, a lovely collection of stories that are easy to read, and celebrate faith and family, while exploring that way that families change and grow with each new member.

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