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You're Not Alone: Confessions From a Scary Mommy

I don’t have a lot of time to read — I wish I did because it’s one of my favorite things to do, to get lost in a story and in someone else’s life. When I do find the time to read I want the book to be really, really good to make up for the time I wish I could spend reading.

A few months ago one of my favorite bloggers, Jill from Scary Mommy sent me an early copy of her book and I was so looking forward to reading it. I am a HUGE fan of her writing so I was certain I would love her book — and friends, I was not let down. I find Jill’s writing so refreshing because she shares the truth of mommyhood — the good, the totally annoying, the things other people probably wouldn’t say and I never feel like she’s over complaining or only bragging — she has the perfect balance of truth.

Click through to read real mom confessions and more info on where to pick up the amazing new book:


Confessions of a Scary Mommy is available now and it’s one of those books that you should give to your best friend when she’s expecting her first (or second, or third) baby — a real perspective of what she will be in for — the good, the bad, and the perfectly imperfect.

Go out and get yourself a copy of the amazing new book — details can be found here

To go and confess your own scary mommy moment — visit the confessionals

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