Speaking of Motherhood is a group of six moms who travel across the country and share their testimonies of family and motherhood on college campuses, at women’s conferences and even in high schools. The founder, Jenn Giroux, is a registered nurse and mother of nine who sees her role as mom as her crowning achievement.
On the road, Jenn is joined by Mary Ann de St. Aubin (mother of four), Nancy Findley (mother of 11), Darla Wainscott (mother of three) and Kristina Fiore (mother of nine). These moms share their powerful testimonies of being open to many children and respecting the idea of motherhood.
The mainstream media and the feminist movement have shaped the culture’s perspective on motherhood and large families. Two children per family has become the norm and couples who desire more are sometimes judged and ridiculed. Respect for motherhood and family has been devalued. Speaking of Motherhood hopes to change those norms by sharing a counter-cultural message about family and motherhood.