The Mother of All Meltdowns

The Mother of All Meltdowns

by Crystal Ponti

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940148625513
Publisher: MommiFried Press
Publication date: 10/03/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 226
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

The Mother of All Meltdowns includes stories from some of today's hottest bloggers including:

Michelle Nahom - A Dish of Daily Life
Angela Keck - Writer Mom's Blog
Marie Bollman - Make Your Own Damn Dinner
Natasha Peter - Epic Mommy Adventures
Kristen Daukas - Four Hens and a Rooster
Crystal Ponti - MommiFried
Nicole Goodman - Work In Sweats Mama
Jennifer West - Pink When
Rachel Demas - TaoOfPoop
Jennifer Barbour - Another Jennifer
Tamara Bowman - Tamara Camera Blog
Andrea Moore - Be-Quoted
Alexa B. - No Holding Back
Ginny Marie - Lemon Drop Pie
Melissa Swedoski - Home on Deranged
Rabia Lieber - The Liebers
AnnMarie Gubenko - Tidbits from the Queen of Chaos
Norine Dworkin-McDaniel - Science of Parenthood
Dana Hemelt - Kiss My List
Stephanie Farley - Crayon Marks and Tiger Stripes
C. Lee Reed - Helicopter Mom and Just Plane Dad
Dani Herzog - Martinis and Minivans
Melissa Galileo - Completely Eclipsed
Lisa Witherspoon - The Golden Spoons
Debra Cole - Urban Moo Cow
Karen Blessing - Baking in a Tornado
Marcia Kester Doyle - Menopausal Mother
Janine Huldie - Janine's Confessions of a Mommyaholic
Kristi Campbell - Finding Ninee
Jen Kehl - My Skewed View
Christine Carter - The Mom Cafe

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ThoughtsOfAWorkingMom More than 1 year ago
I had the pleasure and privilege of being contacted by Crystal to read and review this book.  I have to tell you, it is the best parenting read in a long time.  Most of the time, mothers are worried that they are the only ones out there that get upset, and get all crazy.  Totally not true.  In this book, there are stories of Moms who get real about the difficulties of being a parent.  Stay-at-home Moms, Working Moms, even grandmothers will get a belly laugh out of this book.  The most amazing thing about this book is the contributors brutally honesty about how it feels to be a Mom.  We think that we are the only ones out there that have ever felt this way, or gotten upset with their children.  We all have war stories of those first days alone at home.  My absolute favorite is the story by Andrea Moore entitled "Stranger Than Avocados".  We all have had that moment where our children have truly pushed us to the limits in the grocery store.  And we have all been that judgmental shopper that gives the meltdown "one of those eyebrows".  There is also a great chapter entitled "The Dirty Dozen" which has some practical tips that I wish someone had given me as a new, and experienced Mom.  All in all, The Mother Of All Meltdowns is a wonderful book, and I am so happy that I was able to review it.