Husband is the past tense of daddy: and other dispatches from the front lines of motherhood

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Addison-Wesley, May 1, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 221 pages
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In the spirit of Erma Bombeck, but for the Penelope Leach generation, comes Zarnow's warm, funny, on-target book about the joys, the guilts, the major and minor stresses of motherhood. "Her unabashed insights bring humor and reality together. Perfect for the parents of preschoolers".--Vicki Lansky, author of Practical Parenting.

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User Review  - Becky - Goodreads

Its a little dated but still had some funny bits. She discusses everything from birthday parties to getting children to nap, and a whole chapter devoted to bashing her husband. It was an decent parenting humor book, not the best I've read, and not the worst either. Read full review

Contents

The Family Numbers Game
14
Will the Real Mother Please Stand Up?
27
How the Mighty Have Fallen
42

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