Written by my friend and co-blogger, this book shoots beyond deconstructing myths. Barnhill's words embrace us moms (and the men who love us) who don't fit expectations and feel trapped in stereotypes—and lets us know we all are in good company.
Are Women Human? Penetrating, Sensible, and Witty Essays on the Role of Women in Society
The two essays in this witty book give proper perspective to the needs and roles of women (and, therefore, mothers and fathers) throughout history, encouraging women to seek "interesting occupation" no matter their primary role.
Money, Possessions, and Eternity
It's easy for Western parents to get consumed by needing to give our kids every thing to be good parents. Alcorn shakes this unbiblical thinking right up and shifts the focus to its proper place.
Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child
Sleepless babies make crazy parents—if you've been there, you know. These sensible sleep tips for children offered by a kind, wise, and trustworthy pediatrician give parents a way to get their sane selves back.
Operating Instructions: A Journal of My Son's First Year
Parenting is lovely and funny and gross and messy and scary. Lamott makes it okay to not only feel each of these things—but to write about them, too.
Caryn Rivadeneira is author of Mama's Got a Fake I.D.: How to Discover the Real You Behind all That Mom.
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