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Mom Book : 4278 of Mom Central's Tips--For Moms from Moms Paperback – February 5, 2002
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Kathy Peel Author and founder of Family Manager Inc. The Mom Book is an excellent resource for every family manager. It's full of practical, tried-and-true information from highly qualified experts moms across America. I highly recommend it.
Mimi Doe Author of Busy But Balanced and 10 Principles For Spiritual Parenting Stacy DeBroff has given moms the ultimate resource book for parenting. Gathered within The Mom Book are hundreds of tried and true tips from the experienced wisdom of other moms. This is a must have book--a true masterpiece. Moms everywhere are saying 'Thank you Stacy...you are the tip goddess.'I love this book!!
Jennifer Moses Author of Food and Whine I wish I had had The Mom Book when my own children were young---I would have kept it on my bedside table, right next to Dr. Spock and whatever novel I still hadn't had a chance to read, because who the hell has a chance to read when all you do is nurse and change diapers? But The Mom Book would have provided solace for my soul, as well as practical, upbeat, usable advice not only on all the basics, but also on every other thing I could possibly have conceived of in the motherhood department. It's an indispensable, soup-to-nuts guide for the modern mother, conveyed with the straightforward warmth of your best friend. The Mom Book is so good I'd almost be willing to go for yet one more bundle of joy.
Neale S. Godfrey Author of Mom, Inc. and Money Doesn't Grow on Trees What a great book! It's chock-full of easy-to-read tips from parents. The book empowers you to learn from moms like you who have been there, done it, and gotten the 'I'm trying to be a supermom' T-shirt. A must for all who are and about to be moms. It's an easy reference book that should be kept on your night table.
Publishers Weekly DeBroff, founder and president of the online community Mom Central, knows the day-to-day maternal routine. In this comprehensive guide, she offers commonsense hints on raising kids...in a straightforward, encouraging style. Her text is accompanied by suggestions from Mom Central contributors, covering everything from how to dress a toddler who wants to wear his pajamas to school to dealing with an older child's jealousy of a new sibling. A solid addition to a parenting bookshelf."
The Larry Silver Radio Show As any parent will tell you, there's no more difficult or rewarding job than raising children. And they don't come with bundles of instructions. The Mom Book is the most comprehensive book on child care since Dr. Benjamin Spock put pen to paper.
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THIS BOOK WILL BE A GREAT HELP TO MOMS EVERYWHERE, ..., MAKE IT A COFFEE TABLE BOOK FOR THE Moms of the Under 12 set.
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This book has so many good tips for all moms weither first time moms or what. a must in every householdPublished on March 13, 2013 by gail joyner
This book is a great resource for moms with kids from babies to age 8 or so. It's chock full of tidbits and ideas to make mothering easier, and our children happier. Read morePublished on January 11, 2008 by T. Steffes
I really like this book. It really gives in depth information about things that really help mom's in their daily lives - not just the generic overview but actual tips &... Read morePublished on August 12, 2006 by A. Campbell
As a mom of twins, I loved all the great tips in this book--whenever I'm facing a new issue from fear of monsters at night to dueling temper tantrums, I pick the book and have come... Read morePublished on May 2, 2003
This is a great reference book and full of great ideas! The kind that you say, "why didn't i think of that??"! Read morePublished on May 27, 2002
This isn't anything new.
I have read the same old tips online for years.
Mother of 3