Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting (PDF)


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    Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting (PDF) Summary ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Paula Spencer This book is certainly not intended for those looking for serious parenting advice Instead it's a cute and fun book that introduces us to the humorous side of parenting giving us permission to lighten up a bit and stop letting our parental g

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    Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting (PDF) Summary ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Paula Spencer 25 stars I think this book was trying so hard to be funny and relatable that it came off as inauthentic The author contradicted herself within the chapter topics ex one chapter saying she never took baths because she was so busy then later saying she takes baths as a form of self care There were some things she said that made me c

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    characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting (PDF) Summary ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Paula Spencer I loved this book Mom ing is the hardest dang thing I’ve ever done and I’ve never felt like I suck at something like I do parenting sometimes Some days are easy and others are a struggle and the one after that might be

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    characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting (PDF) I'm torn about this woman's advice On the one hand she's funny and care free about being a mother of four no less if you can laugh then you're doing all right which is something I need to work harder on On the other hand a

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    Summary ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Paula Spencer Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting (PDF) Paula Spencer ✓ 0 Summary This book is funny in parts The advice I don’t believe is meant to be taken literally Her primarily goal is to make you as a mom

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    characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting (PDF) Paula Spencer ✓ 0 Summary Made me laugh till I had to smother the giggles with the random stray stuffed animal lest I wake up my own crew “Twist myself into an emotionally empathetic pretzel” is going to be my reminder to myself that it’s okay to not be the perfect parent that only exists in books and conferences

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    Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting (PDF) As a mother of two I get that we need to pick our battles go with our gut and not stress over the decisions or allowances we or anyone else feel might be parental shortcomings I completely agree with that whole

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    Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting (PDF) As a mother of two I get that we need to pick our battles go with our gut and not stress over the decisions or allowances we or anyone else feel might be parental shortcomings I completely agree with that whole premise of the bookHOWEVERas a nutritionist and children's health advocate I am shocked by the author's complete lack of knowledge or care toward nutrition and her outright promotion of unhealthy foods It’s one thing to not stres

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    characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting Paula Spencer ✓ 0 Summary Summary ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Paula Spencer 35 stars For a parenting book this is a great one Written by a mommy magazine regular Momfidence by mother of four Paula Spencer is a book for those of us who don't or don't WANT to buy the hype that there is a necessarily a RIGHT way to paren

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characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting 100 Out the day’s exasperating transgressions when you peek in your children’s bedrooms at night and watch them sleepBased on her popular Woman’s Day and Parenting columns Momfidence explains how obsessing less and winging it can keep you sane and your kids healthy and happy It’s a hilarious look at “perfect motherhood” that cuts parents a long overdue break by reminding us that we’re not the amateurs here we’re all experts too From the Trade Paperback editio. As a mother of two I get that we need to pick our battles go with our gut and not stress over the decisions or allowances we or anyone else feel might be parental shortcomings I completely agree with that whole premise of the bookHOWEVERas a nutritionist and children s health advocate I am shocked by the author s complete lack of knowledge or care toward nutrition and her outright promotion of unhealthy foods It s one thing to not stress over the occasional junk snack but she displays outright scorn for healthier whole food or organic lifestyle choices opting for unhealthy processed meals and snacks simply because they re cheaper and that s what her kids will eat Of course they eat it that s what they re accustomed to eating The cover alone is cause for concern From a myriad of potential examples illustrating compromise she chose to tout toxic stuff like Oreos as innocent and harmlessthey never killed anyone To the contrary evidence abounds that trans fats processed sugar and refined flour the sole ingredients in Oreos and the host of other junk foods and processed packaged foods she advocates in her book is in fact contributing to the majority of fatal diseases in our country including cancer heart disease and diabetes to name a few There is no safe amount of hydrogenated trans fats They stay in the body a long time mutating cells There is also much evidence that trans fats sugar and processed wheatgluten cause behavioral problems which ironically the book seems to be attempting to assist parents in handling To advertise on the cover that this kind of toxic non food doesn t really impact a child s health creates misconception and may actually perpetuate the consumption of it uote Kids are born liking anything sweet They re programmed that way What a crock People like sweet things if they ve been conditioned to like sweet things Another uote It s become trendy to blame our toxic food environment for our veggie rejecting kids as if there were a golden past when kids said Please sir may I have kale MY kids DO ask for spinachbroccoliveggiesall the time And yes there IS such a past before agriculture produced processed grains humans ate what humans are SUPPOSED to eat what we evolved to be nourished and thrive on Does she believe that for millions of years kids said Mom can I have some artificially processed fat sugar and flour that will eventually give me morbid diseases our species hasn t yet known It is exactly this kind of ignorance that sets kids up for the host of chronic adult diseases plaguing our country Kids in other countries who aren t fed Oreos cakes and donuts DON T prefer sweets Our friends from Yugoslavia have kids who can t stand the sickeningly sweet donuts cakes icing and crap that abound everywhere in the States MY kids don t crave junk because they re not fed it regularly Please don t use what you think kids will eat or like as an excuse to feed them poison There are many valid points in her book about minor parental misdemeanors you shouldn t stress over but for the love of Pete don t promote that a lifestyle of unhealthy foods doesn t affect children It does far beyond she obviously has ever researchedHer argument for feeding kids garbage is How does a boy make it to age eighteen on jam sandwiches or to age ten without a single veggie The latest research is No one knows They just do She is willing to trust biology on this one WHAT Never mind the cancers and heart disease that shows up in his thirties or forties Or if he makes it to his fifties and sixties with all the clogged arteries diabetes hypertension obesity infertility arthritis hypothyroidism insulin resistance and Alzeimers Why is this non expert writing anything in her books about what we should feed kids In her own words She doesn t care It never seemed to be worth exploring Then don t write about it It s detrimental to our health

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Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting

characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting 100 Lose the Guilt Love Your InstinctsIf the latest “breakthrough” child development theory parenting techniue or child appropriate diet makes you worry or groan or just want to lie down for a nap it’s time to make way for Momfidence Paula Spencer parenting expert and mother of four provides refreshing down to earth proof that most of the business of raising confident healthy children involves nothing complicated that trusting your instincts using common sense and abov. I loved this book Mom ing is the hardest dang thing I ve ever done and I ve never felt like I suck at something like I do parenting sometimes Some days are easy and others are a struggle and the one after that might be too I love that she is showing how she as a parenting expert still does the things that are so instilled into us NOT to do or you re a horrible mom That sometimes the battle isn t worth it Then I read fellow reviews from the crazy lady who is a nutritionist who obviously took this book way too seriously An Oreo never hurt anybody insert her rant about diabetes and heart disease here You re right people need to make good choices and need to moderate the treats but don t shame moms for allowing themselves and their kids to indulge She didn t say she let them have the whole damn bag for breakfast every day At the end of the day this book was a refreshing reminder to slow down stop sweating the small stuff and enjoy this precious time with the most perfect little people

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characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting characters Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting 100 E all hanging on to your humor Momfidence is•Using “perfect” only to describe such wonders as a ripe peach a cloudless day at the beach or a husband who does diapers and dinner It has no application whatsoever in describing motherhood •Recognizing that there are appropriate times and places for lying yelling threatening bribing and saying “I told you so”•Sending yourself to time out preferably with chocolate andor your spouse •Being completely amnesiac ab. Made me laugh till I had to smother the giggles with the random stray stuffed animal lest I wake up my own crew Twist myself into an emotionally empathetic pretzel is going to be my reminder to myself that it s okay to not be the perfect parent that only exists in books and conferences

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • Momfidence An Oreo Never Killed Anybody and Other Secrets of Happier Parenting
  • Paula Spencer
  • English
  • 05 November 2020
  • 9780307337429