MommyBest: 13 Inspirational Lessons Derek & Dylan's Mom (and maybe yours) Never Learned In School: Book 1: Memoirs From The First Five Years Of Motherhood

MommyBest: 13 Inspirational Lessons Derek & Dylan's Mom (and maybe yours) Never Learned In School: Book 1: Memoirs From The First Five Years Of Motherhood

by Donna Scrima-Black

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BN ID: 2940012628824
Publisher: Special Holiday Price @www.wordsbysweetness..com
Publication date: 01/17/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 890 KB

About the Author

Like most moms, I’m not a Superstar—except in my own home!

“As a former Teacher, now mother and author, I’ve been on both sides of the classroom door.”

Before having children I was a successful Advertising Sales Representative for several years. Seeking to make the world a better place, longing for fulfillment in my daily work, I went back to school to earn a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education. I taught fourth-grade for several years before starting my own family.

Our first son had a “rough journey” into this world. Luckily, the injury he sustained at birth, due to a medical mistake, healed. Grateful for his recovery, my husband and I agreed to focus on the magical moments of parenting, and, to that end, MommyBest was born! I invite all moms (and dads) to come along on this joyful-sometimes challenging-parenting journey, ultimately leading
to true self-discovery.

“Before having our first son, as a self-proclaimed career woman, I never imagined I would yearn to raise my own children. My carefully-laid plans of returning to my career six weeks after delivering our son went awry as I changed the course of my life’s journey to become a full-time mom, while also working part-time as an Educational Advocate. As an Advocate, I was able to use my educational background—along with my new mommy status—to help children with developmental disabilities get the services they are entitled to within the school district and better serve our community. I also donate a portion of all proceeds to charities/organizations which help children and families in need. In this way, I am doing what I ask of all able moms: to help other moms less fortunate reach their full potential.”
My greatest and most challenging endeavor is becoming Derek & Dylan's Mom! The journey is constant and ever changing--and one that is the most remarkable and rewarding adventure of learning to find the extraordinary in the ordinary facets of life.
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