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EVERYONE HAS A STORY AND THIS ONE IS MINE!
"The only real up side to having two kids close together is it gives the older one something to ride that doesn't require a bunch of damn batteries."
"It's a shame we have to reach eighty before we figure out a Chihuahua is a lot less trouble than a spouse and kids."
Everyone has a story and this one is mine. This certainly isn't one of those "How to do it Right" books written by a Harvard professor. This book was written by a straightforward, single mother, dragging a big bag of insecurities through four hundred and fifty years of childrearing. It sure would have been nice if life, especially parenting, came with an instruction manual. To the best of my knowledge my mother's mother had no such manual to hand down to her. The only thing I got when I brought my two sons home from the hospital were some samples of formula and a big box of cooling Tucks! Unfortunately, I don't have anyone to vouch for me. I might be able to dig someone up
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