All About Motherhood: A Mom For All Seasons And Other Essays

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iUniverse, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 76 pages
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In thirty essays on the joys and heartaches of motherhood--from longing for a newborn to waiting for a teen to arrive home late at night--Kathryn E. Livingston, who has written for national magazines on parenting topics for two decades, explores the universal feelings and experiences all mothers share.

The perfect gift book for new as well as "seasoned" moms, "All About Motherhood" charts the interior journey women make when they give birth and take on the most demanding and dynamic role of their lives. With poignancy and candor, this mother of three captures the essence of motherhood, probing the conflicting emotions a woman feels in her heart as she watches her babies grow up.

"Kathryn E. Livingston's essays distill all that we mothers know to be true about ourselves. Her witty, reassuring pieces are islands of calm in our hectic parenting world."--Abigail Gary, editor, mother


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"Motherhood isn't a seasonal thing: it blooms all year," writes Livingston. Yet the author, mother of three boys, finds that the seasons of the year have taken on a much deeper meaning for her since ... Read full review


A Mom for All Seasons
Kids and Kites
The Plain Truth
Trust Me
Waiting Up

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About the author (2005)

KATHRYN E. LIVINGSTON has been writing on parenting and child development for 19 years. She lives in Bergen County, New Jersey.

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