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Mom: You're Incredible! by Linda Weber

Mom: You're Incredible!

by Linda Weber

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This book is excellent for any woman who has a family or is thinking of having a family, or thinking of not having a family. It covers all aspects of childraising, whether you are a stay at home or a working mom. It also reassures you that you are probably a pretty normal mom. Good days and bad days. It will also confirm that this is one of the biggest carreer choices that you can make. I found this book excellent and I've raised two children already. I feel all moms with children at home now should read this book and recommend it to thier friends. This is a very easy reading book. Smile, frown, and think with this book.
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Every problem-solving, grocery-shopping, homework-helping, meal-cooking, laundry-washing, boo-boo-soothinhg, letter-writing, gift-buying, shoe-tying, fight-breaking, carpooling mom has a strategic, pivotal role in our society. It's a calling, a responsibility--an honor. And moms have every reason to feel good about who they are and what they do. Through touching stories from mothers who have battled hard times as well as a lighthearted look at her own mothering years, Linda Weber helps you discover the secrets of giving your family not merely a higher standard of living but a higher standard of life.

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