I Just Want You to Know

I Just Want You to Know

Letters to My Kids on Love, Faith, and Family

Book - 2010
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Gosselin reveals her personal side as a grateful and faith-filled mother who only wants the best for her children.

Zondervan House
In I Just Want You to Know, New York Times bestselling author Kate Gosselin continues her story of faith and family, picking up where her first book, Multiple Blessings, ended. Using excerpts and written prayers from her journal, Kate offers an intimate look at the heart of a mother during the three years her family transitioned from obscurity into television fame. The book includes eight individual letters to her children in which she conveys her dreams and direction for each one and reassures
The 9.8 million viewers of TLC's Jon and Kate Plus Eight recognize Kate Gosselin as the practical mom of eight who has come into their homes for over 100 episodes of her family's hit reality show. In I Just Want You to Know, Kate reveals a grateful and faith-filled mother who only wants the best for her children and is willing to sacrifice to make that happen. The book covers the three years her family lived in their Elizabethtown home, a period Kate considers one of the happiest of her life. In it she discusses the individuality of eight kids (all under the age of six) transitioning from the chaos of caring for infants to the structured days of a home filled with budding preschoolers, as well as her thoughts on communication, everyday miracles, and providing a safe home. During that time, Kate discusses her family's unique challenges from daily schedules to traveling, her need for control to learning how to be flexible, the individuality of all eight kids, how God provided every day, and her faith that held it all together.

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The reality television star and mother of eight presents a collection of letters to her children along with details of her life and how her faith in God has played an important role in providing for her family.
Using excerpts and written prayers from her journal, Kate Gosselin offers an intimate look at the heart of a mother during the three years her family transitioned from obscurity into television fame. The book includes eight individual letters to her children in which she conveys her dreams and direction for each one and reassures them of her love.

Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Zondervan, c2010
ISBN: 9780310318965
0310318963
Branch Call Number: 306.8743 G695i 2010
Characteristics: 179, [20] p. : ill. ; 24 cm

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lyndseybarker10
Aug 01, 2016

This was fun to read. She includes a letter to each of her children, which I thought was a nice gesture.

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lynrogers
Aug 01, 2011

I really enjoyed reading this book. Even though Kate is now a single parent, not once does she write anything negative about her ex-husband. This proves that she isn't just giving God lip service. And she admits her own faults.

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