Adult Children of Fairly Functional Parents: A Nest of My Own in the Family Tree

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Broadman & Holman, 1995 - Social Science - 196 pages
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This mother/daughter writing team climbs fearlessly into the family tree, then bounces around on the limbs to see what shakes loose! The result is the story of a family filled with love and laughter, yet one with its share of challenges and disappointments and memorable characters. Written with a rare and wonderful combination of wit, keen insight, and a gift for finding fun in even the smallest detail, this book overflows with the joy God brings to families who follow Him.

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Contents

Building a Nest of My Own
3
We Cant Be Pigeonholed
8
Fly Me to My Mothers Nest Im One Sick Chick
16
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

Becky Freeman is an award-winning, best-selling author, national speaker and humor columnist, and a certified teacher and recent recipient of the Texas A&M Alumni Award in education for her contribution to the world of children s learning. Her many books include Mom s Everything Book for Daughters, Mom's Everything Book for Sons, Help! I'm Turning into My Mother, Milk & Cookies to Make You Smile, and Lemonade Laughter and Laidback Joy. Becky lives in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.

Arnold is a freelance writer.

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