“I’m not magical mommy”- This vital statement was stated when I began to take a closer look at myself and realized I had become overwhelmed with all the jackets that I had worn for years as a mom. I understood that I had made the choice to have a child, but felt it wasn’t a life sentence! This was the critical moment when I began to reflect how I quieted a crying infant, consoled fussy preschoolers, worried about adolescence and pre-teens, and tearfully said good-bye’s to children that had become adults. I learned that being a parent takes strength and love. I realized that being a “mother” is purely magical !
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About the Author
There is approximately one hundred fifty million women in the United States and eighty-six million are mothers. There are approximately two hundred thousand teen moms!
Mrs. Andrea Guice is a published author who enjoys writing poetry and short-novel stories. Because of millions of mothers in the United States, Mrs. Guice being a mother herself, decided to write a fun, witty, and easy- to-read self help book to encourage women that are mothers, or that will be a mother.
Andrea Guice married when she was young and became a single mother shortly afterward. She has enjoyed being a mother, and throughout the years, has learned the joys and heartbreaks of having children.
Andrea's marriage unfortunately ended, and she found herself faced with being a single mother who had to raise her children without the added support of their father.
Though motherhood was a challenge, the years of experience has granted her the opportunity to reflect on those challenges and write her idea of what the role of a mother is-or is not.
More than anything, the book is written to encourage women who are mothers and who may enjoy reading about the "magic" of one woman's idea of being a mother and the magic of motherhood as eloquently described by "I'm Not Magical Mommy."