Kim, mother of nine, and her husband run a farm and micro-dairy in Iowa. She home-schools her children and enjoys a variety of gardening and sewing activities. She offers a variety of ideas and suggestions for household, personal, and learning management.
Kim starts her book with a section presenting principles that can help you be the women, wife, mother, and manager that is God-honoring. Her premise that we need to be grounded in Scripture helps to bring the focus back to the reality that all we do is for God - even the care of ourselves and our home. The second section of her book focuses on presenting ideas and plans for the organization and running of your home. She approaches everything with the idea that we are to be working together as a family and, as a mom, we have the responsibility to teach our children the maintenance of a home and family and allow them the opportunity to "practice" by working with their siblings to help mom and dad run the house.
I enjoyed the easy reading of Kim's writing. She wrote in a way that is very familiar and it was almost as if she was having a conversation with you. The chapters are fairly short, some only a couple of pages, which makes fitting a moment of reading in easy amidst everything else of life. She has excellent ideas and lays them out in a very understandable and easy to implement way.
There are a few times where Kim's strong feelings about how something should be done, came across very clearly. It is important to remember in everything we read to measure it against the Truth and our own priorities. What she says is great! but if you are not sure of where you stand you could be lead to feel badly about where you currently are and choices your family has made.
I would recommend Large Family Logistics to most any wife and mother who is seeking to improve the management and function of her household. It is especially helpful to those who have a large number of family members and/or a variety of responsibilities. Her ideas can easily be translated and modified to apply in a smaller family setting as well.