qDo You Feel Isolated as a Mom?q You've heard, qNo man is an island, q but did you know that, qNo mom is an island, q either? Through twelve years of parenting, Cathy Spigarelli has learned moms need other moms, for advice, reassurance, suggestions, and camaraderie. In her book, qLife as a Mommy, q moms find just such support. Every day for a year, Cathy wrote about life with her three, young children. The 365 compact entries have a girlfriend-to-girlfriend, conversational tone and can be read in minutes, without guilt. qLife as a Mommyq provides a window into the daily life of a mom, revealing her triumphs and struggles, her joy and laughter, and her dilemmas and concerns. The book gently advises, provides insights, and offers suggestions to fellow moms. You will laugh, you will cry, and you will wonder, as Cathy does, about this incredibly difficult, incredibly joyous thing called motherhood. Cathy Spigarelli didn't start out dreaming of being a mommy. Instead, she began a career as an engineer. She married and then completed a master's degree. With a brand new degree and a brand new baby, Cathy found herself at a turning point. Setting aside career ambitions, she became a full-time mommy. For twelve years, Cathy has been a stay-at-home mom. Every day for an entire year, she captured her thoughts, feelings, and concerns about daily life as a mom. She wrote while locked in the bathroom, at stoplights, and in the preschool parking lot. She lives with her husband (who wonders why he isn't mentioned in the book more often) and her three lively children (who wonder why mommy writes about them) in Indianapolis, Indiana. In this book, you will find that, as a mom, you do not walk alone. We journey through motherhood together. Won't you join me?Whatever she saw caused her to now be afraid to get clothes out of her closet, and she thinks there are aliens and ... The next step was to help her solve her own problem, I asked if she thought Scooby Doo was putting scary ideas into her anbsp;...
|Title||:||Life As a Mommy|
|Publisher||:||Dog Ear Publishing - 2006-04|