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Mommy Magic by Adria Manary

Mommy Magic

Description : When a child is born, God sprinkles a little magic into the heart of the mother".Mommy Magic" celebrates the sheer essence of motherhood! Every page is full of inspiration that goes beyond most parenting books. It provides a wealth of ideas to make day-to-day mothering a smoother, more magical experience in today's chaotic world. "Mommy Magic" is a must-have for every mother and mother-to-be. It is a unique reference of hundreds of loving suggestions and fun activities to not only keep children happy and occupied, but also to nurture them through kindness, compassion and devotion. Raising children today can be a scary experience, but this book offers a myriad of ways to keep the magic alive in motherhood -- even in today's hectic world. Mommy Magic is also a source of true inspiration for mothers. Through the touching stories and poems that start off each chapter, the talented author and notables such as Letitia Baldrige share their real life feelings and experiences. The distinctive way in which it is put together makes for an easy and delightful read. Since a mother's frenzied schedule rarely allows for luxury reading, Mommy Magic is laid out so that even short glances will provide valuable information or inspiration. The cover is brilliant and the pages within will continue to please.

Subtitle : 450 Ways to Nurture Your Child

Authors : Adria Manary

Published Date : 2000

Publisher :

ISBN : 0966583027

Page : 221 Pages

Categories : Family & Relationships

Total Download: 77

Filesize: 6 MB

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