Back again with questioning the never ending Mommies Wars. Especially, me whom has yet to reach this stage of her life. At the same time who's is very passionate about particular subject for long as she can remember. Still waiting for my Mr. Right to come along, sweep me off of my feet, and beyond. With reading the books (The Business of Baby: What Doctors Don't Tell You, What Corporations Try to Sell You, and How to Put Your Pregnancy, Childbirth, Baby Before Their Bottom Line, Jennifer Margulis and Homeward Bound: Why Women are Embracing the New Domesticity, Emily Matchar). That I have read lately. In which I for one never read every single thing, but from here and to there. This also goes or everything else that's out there no matter if its the same genre or entire different genre Will be the same in the future as well. Found that most of them are more the same as before then anything else.I should know since I have been learning, researching, and beyond all of this quite some time now. Well, not in depth, but scratch the surface of it.
I'm wondering if it would be easier for all involve to have professional writers to have a some kind of combination advance degrees instead of having one or a degree or none or etc. This includes the ones that are parents themselves as well.
Think thats it for now. Sorry, in advance for any confusion that I have caused with my latest email and etc.
Thanks for your Reply!
What is your point? Why not just state it clearly rather than waffling on about books?
Basically, I guess point is everyone is copying one and another. Instead being original or at least trying to be. At least something like that. Which I have no whatsoever clue what I'm talking about or trying to at leas.com
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