Nobody s MotherNobody s Mother



I recall his telephone conversation with his mother in Montreal . “ I ' ve found the
woman that I want to be the mother of my children , ” he told her . I was just
turning 30 , a symbolically appropriate time . And I unequivocally wanted a life
with ...

Author: Marlene A. D. Lynne Van Luven

Publisher: TouchWood Editions

ISBN: 1894898400

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Page: 226

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Statistics say that one in 10 women has no intention of taking the plunge into motherhood. Nobody's Mother is a collection of stories by women who have already made this choice. From introspective to humorous to rabble-rousing, these are personal stories that are well and honestly told. The writers range in age from early 30s to mid-70s and come from diverse backgrounds. All have thought long and hard about the role of motherhood, their own destinies, what mothering means in our society and what their choice means to them as individuals and as members of their ethnic communities or social groups. Contributors include: Nancy Baron, a zoologist and science writer who works in the United States for eaWeb/COMPASS and has won two Science in Society awards, a National Magazine Award and a Western Magazine Award for Science. Lorna Crozier, well-known poet and the author of a dozen books, as well as the recipient of a Governor General's award and numerous other writing prizes.

Nobody Ever Told Me or My Mother That Nobody Ever Told Me or My Mother That



Please help your child's pediatrician provide your child with the best care
possible by becoming an informed parent. ... International Board Certified
Lactation Consultants, or IBCLCs, strategize to protect the mother's milk supply
and the ...

Author: Diane Bahr

Publisher: Future Horizons

ISBN: 9781935567202

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Page: 425

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Nobody Ever Told Me (Or My Mother) That! : Everything from Bottles and Breathing to Healthy Speech Development fills a missing niche in the child rearing world. It explains everything from the basics of nursing, to SIDS, to facial massage; finishing with the secrets to good speech development and your child's best natural appearance. Written by an SLP with over 30 years experience, this book is a wealth of necessary information for any new parent.

The Art of LivingThe Art of Living



somebody's mother is sick and he needs some money , some advance . ... As far
as I am concerned , " he told me , " nobody's mother has ever died , nobody's
father has ever died , nobody has ever been married , because they cannot even
 ...

Author: Osho

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015051910142

Category:

Page: 161

View: 198

When School s Out and Nobody s HomeWhen School s Out and Nobody s Home



Check - in and Block Parent Programs Two alternatives that use adults for caring
for school - age children are family day care check - in programs and block
parent programs . The advantage of these programs is that they provide some
degree ...

Author: Peter Coolsen

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000022783578

Category:

Page: 53

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The booklet is based on information from a 1984 conference on school-age latchkey children (those who take care of themselves during the out-of-school hours). An introduction notes controversies in terminology and focuses the discussion on what self-care means to the experiences of childhood. The first two chapters discuss the impact that having parents in the workforce has on children, summarize the number of children in self-care, and discuss risks and benefits. The next two chapters look at help available to parents considering self-care. Formal, adult-supervised programs are described along with other types of help. The final chapter discusses what citizens and community leaders can do at local, state, and national levels. (CL)

The Time is NoonThe Time is Noon



Now , as her mother rose and said , with a slight tremor in her voice , " I guess it's
time to put the dress on , " Sand remembered that moment on the trip back .
Silently ... And shy — as shy and grateful as nobody's mother could ever be . So
that ...

Author: Hiram Collins Haydn

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015030744620

Category:

Page: 561

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"Six young people come to maturity in the late 1920's. The setting is Florida and North Carolina." Cf. Hanna, A. Mirror for the nation.

Nobody s DogNobody s Dog



Be really nice to my mother , " I whispered into her ear . Then we went in . " Mom !
” I called . “ We ' re home . ” “ So soon ? ” my mother called from the basement ,
where she was doing laundry . " Something a little unexpected happened , ” I ...

Author: Ellen Weiss

Publisher: Random House Books for Young Readers

ISBN: 0679858687

Category:

Page: 108

View: 148

When Molly discovers that the wonderful greyhound she found faces death now that the dog can no longer race, the Animal Rescue Squad is faced with a challenging effort to save the former racing dog

If Mama Ain t Happy Ain t Nobody HappyIf Mama Ain t Happy Ain t Nobody Happy



If Mama ain ' t happy , ain ' t nobody happy ! Male or female , most people agree
with that statement . Women usually smile a knowing grin , saying , “ Oh , have I
been there ! ” Men usually chuckle and add a bit too loudly , “ Boy , isn ' t that the
 ...

Author: Lindsey O'Connor

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 1565074882

Category:

Page: 297

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In practical chapters that will put a smile on your face, Lindsey O'Connor uncovers the secret struggles women meet on their way to joy, and shows how to find balance and peace in the midst of turmoil. Includes chapters on choosing contentment, creating an atmosphere of joy, modeling joy to children, and discovering the disciplines of joyful people.

Literature and SocietyLiterature and Society



She describes herself as the “ daughter of a Mexican father and a Mexican -
American mother , " " sister to six brothers , " and " nobody's mother and nobody's
wife . ” Her writings include the poetry collections Bad Boys ( 1980 ) , My Wicked
 ...

Author: Pamela J. Annas

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000043856909

Category:

Page: 1467

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An enriching introduction to the diverse and exciting world of literature, this anthology offers a broad collection of short fiction, poetry, drama and nonfiction selections written by a diverse group of writers who represent different social classes, races, genders, cultures, and sexual orientations. Organizes selections around five socially relevant themes—Growing Up and Growing Older; Women and Men; Money and Work; Peace and War; and Varieties of Protest. Shows how literary technique serves larger purposes—the recreation of experience, the exploration of ideas, the analysis of social issues—and how these larger purposes themselves shape literary form. Explains the ways in which literary form creates meaning, and provides a strong emphasis on writing about literature throughout, with a full chapter on all stages of the writing process —generating ideas, developing a thesis, discovering a form, drafting, revising, and editing—plus numerous excerpts from sample papers and journals. Now contains 42 new works, with more by Native American and Latino/Latina writers, as well as Bertolt Brecht's play Mother Courage and Shakespeare's Othello; also includes 18 works of nonfiction prose that have been chosen both for their literary technique as well as for their exploration of the five major themes.