It started off so promising. Sentences jumped out at me.
Learning how to bless each other and not destroy each other.
All of us come to motherhood by different paths and choose different methods. Some things we choose and some things are chosen for us.
The humor was funny. Much like my own. But then it seems that Melanie tries too hard to bring the humor and it become more awkward than funny. "By third base, I'm full-frontal hugging, so prepare for that. If you're my third-base friend, get ready for our boobs smashed up together while I ask how you're doing right in your ear." Funny, or over the top?
I honestly couldn't tell if this was meant to be a comedic tale on finding mom friends or an actual how to book on the subject. I stopped reading mid-way as it no longer held my interest.
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