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Phew! You got through those tricky "young mom" years. The kids are potty-trained; the youngest is in Montessori School. Finally, you can reclaim your life! Now, where did you put it?
In this guidebook, Vicki Iovine dishes about the middle period of motherhood -- when you suddenly have more time, then, just as suddenly, lose all sense of direction. Like Iovine's other Girlfriends' Guides, this one is full of quirky, comforting lore from a gal who's been there. "These really are the golden years of motherhood," she insists. "Looking at the world through Mommy-colored glasses may seem limiting at first, but ultimately, those lenses make everything look unique, exquisite, and miraculous." So whether you need to re-orient your career, reconnect with your mate, or just recognize your own body, Iovine can help. "Remember," she writes, "the teen years are just around the corner, and all hell could break loose then." (Jesse Gale)