Tag Archives: motherhood

That Kind of Mother by Rumaan Alam

My Review: Rebecca Stone desperately needs help with her newborn and Pricilla, a La Leche nurse from the hospital comes to her rescue. ¬†Pricilla, having mothering experience herself as she was a single, teen mom many years ago, leaves her … Continue reading

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The Rules Do Not Apply by Ariel Levy

My Review: The Rules Do Not Apply is a well written memoir about real life, disappointments, successes, grief and joy. ¬†Ariel Levy has a compulsion for adventure, drawn to ¬†untraditional relationships and the need to become “the kind of woman … Continue reading

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