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Motherhood and grandmother generation

Started by Teiph, July 03, 2010, 08:53:29 pm

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I just wanted to share a great book I just finished and another that I am almost done with. Both have been very helpful to me, maybe they can help others!!

Motherhood: The guilt that keeps on giving by Julie Ann Baronhill. This book helped me realize something I did wrong as a mother but it also helped me realize I dont have to beat myself up for it!  I highly recommend it!  :)

Generation G, Advice for savvy grandmothers who will never go gray by Marty Norman ( I  used a quote from this book on my sig). This book has been so awesom!   I love this book and look forward to giving it to my sister in law tomorrow. She is a new grandma and I hope it starts some great new things for them.   :)

Please let me know what you all think of them, if you read them!


Dear tepeih:

Thanking for sharing about these books  I will look for them.  I love reading and especially those books that help me grow as a human being. 
Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds, Or bends with the remover to remove: