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kezzlou85
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#WinterReadathonDailyChallenge
My two girls bring me so much joy even on bad days they're a blessing really. Very cheeky and sarcastic. Both love reading just like me
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@Andrew65 @DieAReader @GHABI4ROSES

DieAReader ♥️♥️♥️ 2d
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Andrew65 What a gorgeous picture, you must feel very proud 😁😁😁 2d
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marleed They are beautiful! 2d
kezzlou85 @Andrew65 thank you I truly am, they're amazing girls 2d
kezzlou85 @marleed thank you so much. 2d
kezzlou85 @DieAReader thank you. 2d
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Anca
What to Expect the First Year | Sharon Mazel, Arlene Eisenberg
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A really great book. Divided into.chapters (each month of baby's life is a chapter) full of useful information. It also has chapters about baby's health and what to do if the baby in injured, tips abour travelling with the baby and others.
This really helped me during my baby's first year.

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sebrittainclark
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TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 6d
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Lauren890
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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This book is full of information and teaches you to think for yourself when it comes to pregnancy and birth decisions. There‘s also a lot of fact without judgement. I think it‘s invaluable and I‘m going to recommend it now to all of my pregnant friends and those who are thinking about getting pregnant. HIGHLY recommend!!!

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SqueakyChu
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Critical thinking is just as important for adults as for kids so we need to focus on developing this skill in others we teach as early as possible.

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jdiehr
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I read this in anticipation of Jinger Vuolo's book that is coming out in a few months - "Becoming Free Indeed"

This book is written by the parents. I'm anxious to read a book from one of the kids to hear what it was like to actually be raised in that family.

We all know now that not everyone turned out the way the parents hoped.

I will say that I think their hearts are in the right place and this was an interesting read.

Suet624 I wonder about kids from such large families - especially those that hold themselves up as examples of a better life. 2w
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akaGingerK
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I just gave mine away which reminded me I hadn‘t reviewed it. A memoir on parenting in general and parenting while/after transitioning. I thought it well-written & accessible to cis people, but I was a bit put off by some of the distancing from the wider queer/trans spectrum. But much respect to her for living as who she was in the ‘00s. Also contains an interview with her wife, & essays by various famous friends on their own parents/parenting.

akaGingerK I was also put off by the flirting with cheating that happens after repeatedly praising her wife and their now platonic marriage. No discussion of being open nor poly, just maybe considering sleeping with a man because he‘s available and she‘s curious. 🫤 3w
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SqueakyChu
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Think you‘re not racist? Think again!

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SqueakyChu
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I know I‘m also trying to read three other books at this time, but I grabbed this book at my local library because I find this author‘s writing about #antiracism so clear, compelling, and necessary to read. I‘m guessing that, of all four books, I‘ll probably finish this one first.

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BarkingMadRead
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Starting this one today. This title isn‘t in the system so I used another of her books 🤷🏻‍♀️

Bookwormjillk Huh. That‘s quite the combo 😂 3w
BarkingMadRead @Bookwormjillk right?! 🤣🤣 3w
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