Moms who drink and swear book review

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Book Nook | Confessions Of A Guilt Ridden Mom | A Review Of “Moms Who Drink And Swear”

The sheer amount and variety of swearing that occurs in the cavern of my own mind during the course of a day may secure me a place in hell, however. I can say that we may be hell neighbors because, in Moms Who Drink and Swear , Nicole Knepper wonders about this possible consequence herself and simply contemplates whether or not she can handle the heat. If we both find ourselves in the fires of hell, I will request a room next to hers. Perspective on who we are as females and wives and mothers and buttwipers and puke cleaners and members of our society. Reading Moms Who Drink and Swear is a bit like taking a really good dump.

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The woman with the perfectly tailored cocktail dress and impeccable hair asks me, "What do you do? And with that, she excused herself to the drink table. When you become a mom, especially a stay-at-home mom, you are disregarded. You are cast aside. You are ignored as an intellectual and as an autonomous human being. The tired stereotype about stay-at-home mothers still exists.

It's every parents' nightmare - the start of the school holidays - and instead of sitting in the sun, reading a book over a cold, crisp glass of Pinot Grigio, Mummy has two bored moppets to attend to. After frantically booking sports camps, child minder slots, not to mention time off work, Mummy is exhausted.
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