Download Being My Mom S Mom ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to BEING MY MOM S MOM book pdf for free now.

Dear Mom Thanks For Being My Mom

Author : Gag Gifts Gag Gifts Under 10
ISBN : 1985696703
Genre :
File Size : 69.69 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 806
Read : 352

The best gifts are both personal and functional and that's why a journal is always a fantastic choice! This notebook is a PERFECT MOTHERS DAY GIFT FOR YOUR MOM, Anniversary, Christmas, or any time you want to get a smile out of your mom. Can be used as a mother - daughter journal or as a mother - son journal. High quality binding, premium design, paperback, beautiful Matt finish looks, Perfect size 7" x 10" 108 beautifully lined pages with borders.

Chicken Soup For The Soul Thanks To My Mom

Author : Amy Newmark
ISBN : 9781611592474
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 58.28 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 109
Read : 661

A mother’s job is never done, but in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks to My Mom, she gets the praise she deserves! Children of all ages share their words of thanks in these 101 stories of love, learning, and gratitude to the woman they couldn’t have done without! This new collection is filled with heartwarming and entertaining anecdotes by grateful children, all in praise of the woman who encourages them, supports them, and most importantly, loves them. These stories will brighten any mother’s day, and show her that the kids were paying attention after all.
Category: Self-Help

My Mom Is A Fob

Author : Teresa Wu
ISBN : 9781101478332
Genre : Humor
File Size : 40.74 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 271
Read : 438

Fob (noun)-derived from the acronym F.O.B. ("fresh off the boat") Does your mom still make Peking duck instead of turkey on Thanksgiving, own a giant cleaver, or take twenty-four more napkins than she needs at Chipotle? Your mom may be a fob. Through their hit blog "My Mom Is a Fob," Teresa and Serena Wu have seized ownership of this formerly derogatory term, applying it instead to the heartfelt, hilarious, and thoroughly unique ways that Asian mothers adapt to American culture, from the perspective of those who love them most: their children. Through texts, emails, phone calls, and more, My Mom Is a Fob showcases the stories of a community of Asian-American kids who know exactly what it's like to be on the receiving end of that amazing, unconditional, and sometimes misspelled love. It's about those Asian mothers who refuse to get in the car without their sun-protective arm sheaths, the ones who send us passive-aggressive text messages "from the dog" in hopes that we'll call home, and email us unsolicited advice about everything from homosexuality to constipation. In these pages you'll find solace in the fact that thousands of moms out there are as painfully nosy, unintentionally hilarious, and endearingly fobby as yours is.
Category: Humor

My Mom S Gone Now What

Author : Christine Kotlowski
ISBN : 9781682133583
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 30.45 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 764
Read : 325

Written from a daughter's perspective, My Mom's Gone . . . Now What? seeks to inspire others who may find themselves in a similar situation to come to terms with their loss, and more importantly, to move forward in their lives. The author’s mother was to undergo a standard catheterization procedure when she suddenly goes into cardiac arrest at the age of sixty-two, leaving the family in shock and disbelief. Unable to share her sadness with anyone, Christine struggles to cope by throwing herself into various activities—including operating her own day spa and salon—and consequently neglecting her health. When she discovers that she has high cholesterol levels just as her mother did, she slowly comes to the realization that she needed to make changes in her life; she needed to move on in order to live. Filled with insightful advice and anecdotes, My Mom's Gone . . . Now What? is a journey of self-discovery and making the commitment to living a quality life.
Category: Family & Relationships

Be The Mom

Author : Tracey Lanter Eyster
ISBN : 1604829877
Genre : Religion
File Size : 60.31 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 262
Read : 1072

The role of mom is often described as the most important job in the world. Rightly so, for so much is at stake during children's early years and moms are central in shaping character and personhood. However, when the going gets tough (the endless diapers, the continual messes, the endless conflict resolution, the complete lack of personal time, etc.), moms are often tempted to quit their "momejob". While few would endorse an outright abandonment of motherhood, others may recommend that a woman treat her role as secondary to personal desires in order to combat feelings of discouragement and/or unfulfillment. The enemy has laid intentional traps cleverly designed to discourage and redirect a woman towards self rather than family. Moms need to know how to recognize these traps . . . and avoid them. Be the Mom: Overcome Attitude Traps and Enjoy Your Kids explores and validates the life of a mom who makes her family a priority and introduces the reader to seven Mom Traps that may be preventing them from a full, joyefilled life.
Category: Religion

Five Things My Mom Taught Me

Author : Marlo Wright
ISBN : 9781490818740
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 72.45 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 636
Read : 320

After teaching life skills I learned along the journey of life, from key experiences and from my mom over many years, it was time to give a larger platform to the woman who I consider to be the best woman ever. This first book of the series talks about five foundational things my mom wanted me to know about being a better woman. Mom is a woman of substance and fortitude. Sharing her invaluable advice is for all women—women who never had a mom, who had a mom that didn’t act like a mom, and even those who had great women as moms. The more we learn the more we grow. After all, our journeys as women are so different, yet all the same.
Category: Self-Help

The Year My Mother Came Back

Author : Alice Eve Cohen
ISBN : 9781616204310
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 35.63 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Download : 282
Read : 842

“A riveting journey.” —Julie Metz, author of Perfection “A perfect book. I want to tell everyone, every mother, every daughter, to read it.” —Abigail Thomas, bestselling author of A Three Dog Life For the first time in decades I’m remembering Mom, all of her--the wonderful and terrible things about her that I’ve cast out of my thoughts for so long. I’m still struggling to prevent these memories from erupting from their subterranean depths. Trying to hold back the flood. I can’t, not today. The levees break. Thirty years after her death, Alice Eve Cohen’s mother appears to her, seemingly in the flesh, and continues to do so during the hardest year Alice has had to face: the year her youngest daughter needs a harrowing surgery, her eldest daughter decides to reunite with her birth mother, and Alice herself receives a daunting diagnosis. As it turns out, it’s entirely possible for the people we’ve lost to come back to us when we need them the most. Although letting her mother back into her life is not an easy thing, Alice approaches it with humor, intelligence, and honesty. What she learns is that she must revisit her childhood and allow herself to be a daughter once more in order to take care of her own girls. Understanding and forgiving her mother’s parenting transgressions leads her to accept her own and to realize that she doesn’t have to be perfect to be a good mother. “Alice Eve Cohen’s warm, witty, wise memoir is an elixir of love. It captures the struggles of every woman who ever wanted to be a better mother or daughter. Read it and weep, and laugh, and love.” —Nancy Bachrach, author of The Center of the Universe “Funny, painful, absurd, and heartwarming . . . Alice’s struggle to accept her imperfect self is a loving message tomothers who struggle to live life with grace. A beautiful book.” —Julie Metz, New York Times bestselling author of Perfection “Cohen navigates what was a perfect storm of a year . . . What she made of this year is a book so honest, so moving, and ultimately so wise that it is a privilege to take the journey with her.” —Abigail Thomas, bestselling author of A Three Dog Life “I love, love, love this book. It’s so rich, so real, and so moving . . . An astonishingly wonderful book—I was enthralled.” —Caroline Leavitt, bestselling author of Pictures of You “Compassionate, compelling, and told in luscious prose that practically begs you to sink in and linger, Cohen’s imaginative story and its fascinating characters will stay with you long after you’ve turned the last page.” —Jessie Sholl, author of Dirty Secret
Category: Biography & Autobiography


Author : Frank Stephens
ISBN : 9780759640955
Genre : Humor
File Size : 58.22 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 482
Read : 196

This book is about a loving and warm family who made their home in the area of Tumbling Creek, Virginia in the early 1900s. It brings to life an era long ago, when there was time for porch sitting and visiting with neighbors. When molasses making and taffy pulling parties were the social functions. Ben Jensen was very strict in his ways. He was compassionate toward his family, especially his lovely daughters, Katie and Dolly. Mammy Belle and Daddy Jensen raised their children in the ways of the Lord, with church attendance a priority in their lives. One spring day while picking strawberries in the meadow below their home, Katie and Dolly Jensen had their first glimpse of the two brothers, Seth and Tom Hankins, who were fishing in the creek nearby. They didn't know that this day they had come face to face with their destiny. Three years passed, with only vague memories of the two brothers. Life continued on Tumbling Creek, and Katie and Dolly grew into beautiful young ladies. They often wondered what became of the two brothers they had seen fishing on that long ago spring day. Mammy Belle was shopping at the local general store, and she heard the news that the two brothers had returned from their three year journey across Clinch mountain where they had been employed on a cattle farm. Katie and Dolly could hardly contain their excitement. Soon romance blossomed, and life was never the same again. Follow Katie and Dolly as they face great challenges while maturing iinto womanhood. Rejoice with them when they find true love, and cry with them when tragedy strikes in the lives of each. This is a work of fiction with historical facts added in certain circumstances. By: Violet June Richardson
Category: Humor

A Kingdom To Buy

Author : Branko Vincic
ISBN : 9781452518220
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 52.61 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 855
Read : 1276

"Boro woke up that late May morning amazed that nothing hurt him. His hips, knees, back, heart, and lungs were perfect. He was able to breathe with full lungs fresh morning air scented with cherries in bloom." "He sat in a reclining chair in his backyard with morning coffee and newspapers lying on a small outdoor table, gulped some coffee, leant back in the chair and closed his eyes in short snooze, relieving erotic encounters from his youth." "He opened his eyes, got up, warmed his coffee, made himself a grilled cheese sandwich, and opened up newspapers. What more would an old man want: beautiful day, cup of hot coffee, his favourite sandwich and newspapers. And none of these darn pains, aches, check ups, biopsies, tests and pills." "A fly landed on his grilled cheese sandwich. He tried to squash the intruder with his newspaper. He missed. His back hurt, triggering a few other pains and aches to revisit him. He was again just a sickly, old man. He leant towards East, and prayed: 'Thank you God for this short, wonderful moment of happiness in my old age. Was this a pre taste of Your Heavenly Kingdom? Please Lord; grant me more of these pain free, bright and happy days.'" Will the Lord grant Boro's prayer before he reaches Journey's End Valley?
Category: Fiction

Will You Be My Mother

Author : Jennifer Haupt
ISBN : 9781940838229
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 69.91 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 459
Read : 1087

Eight years ago, journalist Jennifer Haupt went to Rwanda in the wake of devastating genocide to find stories of faith and forgiveness. When a scared girl with solemn brown eyes asked Haupt to be her mother, to give her guidance and love, Haupt realized that she was really yearning to find something in herself: the courage to answer yes. This e-book is three stories from Haupt’s journey to find her own compassion, both globally and with her mother and children.
Category: Biography & Autobiography