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Revell MomSense: A Common-Sense Guide to Confident Mothering

What's the right way to mother? Can you trust your intuition? Or should you follow the advice of parenting experts? Blackmer helps you assess your skills, embrace your instincts, and develop your own unique mothering style. You'll learn how to be the best mom for your kids - and be content and confident in that role! Paperback.
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Customer Reviews for MomSense: A Common-Sense Guide to Confident Mothering
Review 1 for MomSense: A Common-Sense Guide to Confident Mothering
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Ok for Moms Group

Date:May 10, 2012
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Momsclubleader
I used this book in a moms club with 15 members. This book teaches mothering skills on the very "top surface" meaning it touches situations and issues that are very neutral and easy to discuss in a group. After the study members said that they took nothing new from the book.
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Review 2 for MomSense: A Common-Sense Guide to Confident Mothering
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Date:November 29, 2011
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lleek
Age:35-44
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I'm in the process of reading it now, not to far into it. So far it is great! It had me laughing out loud in the beginning. Hoping it will give me a different perspective on my daily job of motherhood.
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Review 3 for MomSense: A Common-Sense Guide to Confident Mothering
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Date:September 7, 2011
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Rayllee
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This is a great book for a newer mom! Jean Blackmer's stories are liberating rather than guilt inducing and her tone is that of a fellow mom-in-the-trenches. Love it!
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Review 4 for MomSense: A Common-Sense Guide to Confident Mothering
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Date:July 21, 2011
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xime
Age:25-34
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I was very disappointed by this book, since it has absolutely no useful information.I'm a mother of 3 and I think that everything stated is just plain common sense. Maybe useful if you're hitting the bottom of your self esteem, and need some basic reassurance, but if not, move along to sth more interesting.
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