Motherhood or a career? Which one truly matters? Both are important in their own way, but in Choosing Motherhood learn how these bright, young LDS women from the Yale community, while their peers were putting off motherhood or forgetting it entirely, decided to become mothers and make an eternal difference in the lives of their children and their communities.
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Inspiring, witty, and down-to-earth book about motherhood
by Karisa - reviewed on April 08, 2013
This book was very inspiring for me. Basically, it's a collection of 16 essays about being a mom. The essays were honest, witty, down-to-earth, and filled with ideas. I didn't agree with everything that every woman said, but I learned a lot from reading the different viewpoints and experiences. I have worked part-time since becoming a mom 5 years ago, and the book had essays from full-time workers, part-time workers, mothers in school, and stay-at-home-moms. There is something for everyone. It helped me solidify some of my own ideas and ideals about mothering. Every morning I would read 1-2 essays (they just took a few minutes to read), and then I'd go about my day rejuvenated and energized as a mom.