A wonderful review by Michelle of Book Chat. She says: “…each entry in this anthology stands on its own – its intensity, its honesty, and its diversity. It is a book I will go back to often.”
I felt the warmth and love of those who contributed to the book throughout. There were stories that made me chuckle, and some that made me cry. From the funny and honest Reasons to Breastfeed by Alison Bartlett to the wonderful The Welsh Shaw by Ceridwen Masiulanis to the honest Full of Abundance and Feeling Heavy by Jessica Kennedy to the heartfelt Something Like Survivor’s Guilt by Angélique Jamail, this is an earnest collection of personal experiences by women willing to share their thoughts and experiences to be read again and again.
Written about motherhood, everyone should read this. Do I have a favorite story? That is hard to say because each entry in this anthology stands on its own – its intensity, its honesty, and its…
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