From Imperfect Parent, May 2008:
"Johnson doesn’t spend a lot of time feeling bad about the yelling or the kids sleeping in the grownup
bed for years on end or the detoured career. She’s not shopping for a revamp of her body, lifestyle, or
parenting skills. She’s not chronicling her life in order to amuse, send up, analyze, or offer tips. Her
aim is higher, deeper, truer....Every page is a vivid, funny, poignant scene of power struggles, lost
teeth, dead pets, the high drama and humdrum grind of life with kids. Yet there’s more. Cleverly
disguised as a collection of anecdotes by a harried new mother who might be just like someone you
know, the book is a lighthearted but gutsy meditation on time, mortality and surrender."
-- Julia Gibson, Imperfect Parent, May, 2008.
You’re going to feel every
moment of being a mother.
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sandwiches until you die.
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This was supposed to be a website for a new book about parenting.
However, like the collection of stories that is the book, this site has
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figure out that YOU HAVE COMPANY. Search around enough and you will
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This book will be familiar whether
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