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The Modern Girl's Guide to Motherhoodby Jane Buckingham
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Just when you thought you could cook (hey, one meal counts), clean (if the queen was coming), and seduce a man (well, long enough to get married), life throws you a curveball that makes all of your previous ineptitudes in life pale in comparison. With the appearance of one little extra line on a pregnancy test, you're thrown into a world of covering up leaks on shirts and taking a pacifier away from a two-year-old who has the grip of a pit bull.
In this funny, smart, and honest book, Jane Buckingham cuts through the clutter to give you simple information and practical advice for navigating the different stages of motherhood. From how to get your child to sleep and how to wean, to how to get him off the pacifier and how to stop his tantrums, this book will help moms feel in the know and in control! Some of Buckingham's favorite tips:
The Modern Girl's Guide to Motherhood helps modern moms do it all with love, style, and flair!
From the author of the bestselling "The Modern Girl's Guide to Life" comes this follow-up book for the young mom, including the best-kept secrets for problems from pregnancy and birth to age five.
About the Author
Jane Buckingham wrote Teens Speak Out: A Report from Today's Teens on Their Most Intimate Thoughts, Feelings, and Hopes for the Future when she was only sixteen. Now, as founder and president of the leading trend-forecasting and consulting firm The Intelligence Group, a division of Creative Artists Agency, Buckingham identifies lifestyle trends and opportunities for companies, including MTV, Microsoft, ESPN, Sony, and L'Oréal. Buckingham is also a contributing editor to Cosmopolitan, and the author of The Modern Girl's Guide to Life (based on her Style network show of the same name) and The Modern Girl's Guide to Motherhood. She lives in Los Angeles, California, with her husband, bestselling business author Marcus Buckingham, and their two children.
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