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You're a Good Mom (And Your Kids Aren't so Bad Either) 14 Secrets to Finding Happiness Between Super Mom and Slacker Mom

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ISBN-10: 1402211147

ISBN-13: 9781402211140

Edition: 2008

Authors: Jen Singer

List price: $13.95
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For 21st century mothers, there seem to be just two choices: be a Super Mom or be a Slacker Mom. Ones bad for you; ones bad for your kids. So whats a momma to do? In Youre a Good Mom (and Your Kids Arent So Bad Either), the Internets favorite momma, Jen Singer, tells all. Turns out you can raise perfectly good kids in that sweet spot between flash cards at breakfast and donuts for dinner, kids! Its for every mom whos pressured to be perfect yet lost under the laundry, wondering if shes a bad mom. Its for every mom to wants to enjoynot enduremotherhood while still giving her kids what they truly need to succeed. Filled with that happened to me, too! stories and wrapped in the wit that could…    
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Book details

List price: $13.95
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/1/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

<b>Jen Singer </b>is a stay-at-home mom of two small boys who talk to her through the bathroom door. She is the author of <i>You're a Good Mom</i> and <i>14 Hours 'Til Bedtime: A Stay-at-Home Mom's Life in 27 Funny Little Stories</i>. She has written articles or been used as a media source for <i>The New York Times, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Associated Press</i>, <i>Family Circle, Parenting, Parents, Real Simple</i> and more.<br><br>She is the creator of, the stay-at-home mom's coffee break™ and a Forbes Best of the Web community which boasts…    

Don't Try to Keep Up with Super Mom
Super Mom Is Faking It
You're Too Big to Sit at the Tea Party Table
Don't Answer the Phone When the Class Mom Calls
You Didn't Invent Motherhood
Your Kid's Birthday Party Isn't Your Coming-Out Celebration
If There's No White Space Left on Your Family Calendar, You've Got Too Much Going On
Don't Let the Youth Sports Cartel Run Your Life
Slacker Mom Isn't as Cool as She Appears to Be
Your Kid Shouldn't Be Wearing a T-shirt That Reads "Future Trophy Wife"
Don't Wait on Daddy Like He's a Houseguest
Desperate Housewives Wasn't Written for Preschoolers
Watch Access Hollywood for Britney Spears Updates, Not Parenting Tips
Don't Treat Fine Restaurants Like a McDonald's PlayPlace
If You Think You're a "Cool Mom," Your Kids Think You're a Pushover
Don't Share Your Kid's Quality Time with Your BlackBerry
Conclusion: What I've Learned by Mothering from the Middle
About the Author
A Note from the Author