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Even June Cleaver Would Forget the Juice Box: Cut Yourself Some Slack (and Still Raise Great Kids) in the Age of Extreme Parenting Paperback – April 1, 2007
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It tells you that as a mother, you are already doing a good job. And, further, that the idea of measuring up isn't possible, because the current standard for parenting is not humanly possible. Dunnewold tells us to quit second guessing our decisions and feel comfortable with our choices. We are doing the best we can for our children. Thank you! Ann Dunnewold......we have all needed this resource and it is the only one out there that validates us as women and mothers!
As a mother of four this book is a life saver, one that will quickly beome dog eared and covered in juice as I use it as a handbook for perfectly good mothering throughout my busy day!
Thanks for an outstanding book.
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