I'd Trade My Husband for a Housekeeper: Loving Your Marriage after the Baby Carriage
Best-selling authors Trisha Ashworth and Amy Nobile brought sweet relief to moms with their first book, I Was a Really Good Mom Before I Had Kids. Here they return with a frank, yet encouraging look at marriage post-tots. They set out to discover if parenthood has to be incompatible with conjugal bliss—and if so, how to change that. To find out, they spoke to hundreds of mothers (and quite a few fathers). I'd Trade My Husband for a Housekeeper examines the challenges of modern parenthood for married couples today and it extends a loving hand so that mothers can step out of the madness, make the most of what they have, and learn to love their marriages as much as they love their husbands and kids.
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I have had 2 kids within the past two years 18 months apart both with colic and niether of which have ever slept well...even after the colic had surpassed. Needless to say my mairrage hasnt been the ... Read full review
Expectations vs Reality
Make the Choice to Be Happy
Communication Is Key
Prioritizing Your Relationship
Make Sex a True Investment in Your Marriage
CHAPTER 7 WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
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