Good Mom Bundle One: Thoughts from a (Slightly) Overwhelmed Mom of Two Small Boys

Good Mom Bundle One: Thoughts from a (Slightly) Overwhelmed Mom of Two Small Boys
Author
: Shelley Wenger
Publisher
:
Pages
: 173
Category
: Non Fiction : General
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This book contains chapters from the following books:

I Am A Good Mom, Right?
And Other Thoughts from a (Slightly) Overwhelmed Mom of Two Small Boys
,

Vacationing with Little Ones
And Other Thoughts from a (Slightly) Overwhelmed Mom of Two Small Boys
,

And

Failing As a Parent
And Other Thoughts from a (Slightly) Overwhelmed Mom of Two Small Boys


The synopsis for I Am A Good Mom, Right? reads:

I am a good mom, right?

It’s a question every mother has asked herself at least once during the wonderful, terrifying, life-changing adventure that is raising a child.

Don’t worry. You are a good mother, no matter how much you sometimes struggle.

And you are not alone.

Full of humor, advice, and heartwarming emotion, Shelley Wenger’s I Am a Good Mom, Right? takes you along on a personal journey as she raises her two boys and deals with illness, school, and bad behaviors…not to mention her own quest to find meaning in ordinary life.

Because motherhood is no easy journey, and everyone needs a little help.

The synopsis for Vacationing with Little Ones reads:

Shelley Wenger is a part-time vet tech and a full-time writer, wife, and devoted mother of two boys. Her second book, Vacationing with Little Ones, chronicles the joys and struggles of motherhood alike as she tackles the day-to-day challenges of raising young children. From chickens loose in the house to negotiating feelings of inadequacy as a parent, Vacationing with Little Ones is packed with stories that are humorous, heartwarming, and universal.

Wenger's tales remind all mothers that they are not, and never will be, alone.

Enjoy your reading!



The synopsis for Failing as a Parent reads:

For anyone who has had children, ever, then you know the challenges of raising them, the doubts you experience and the frustrating moments when they either don’t listen to you, or simply want your undivided attention when you have something more pressing to do.

It’s a natural part of a period in your life, when you will most likely question your sanity and think that you are a failure. But the reality is usually far removed from that.

In Failing as a Parent: And Other Thoughts from a (Slightly) Overwhelmed Mom of Two Small Boys, you will find a collection of thoughts on raising children, many of them hurriedly scribbled down in a passing moment of calm, which you will probably be able to relate to.

Things like keeping your house clean, sibling rivalry, judging other parents and dealing with insecurities are all dealt with using a mixture of humor and experience, with a bit of exasperation thrown in.

Failing as a Parent isn’t designed to be a self-help book, it doesn’t provide you with the answers, or try to tell where you’ve gone wrong, but it should brighten your day, make you smile and hopefully help you realize that none of us are perfect.





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