I Lost Everything in the Post Natal Depression summary ✓ 8

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I Lost Everything in the Post Natal Depression summary ✓ 8 Ì Erma Bombeck has learned a few things about children and family over the years and in a way that is uniuely and wonderfully her own she shares everything she knows with her readers Whether it's cleaning up after the kids and him or expendable mothers in law EOnderfully her own she shares everything she knows with her readers Whether it's cleaning up after the kids and h. When I had my first child 30 years ago my mother gave me some Erma Bombeck books to read I could hardly breathe for laughing so hard I loved them But I don't think I've read Erma Bombeck since then until nowI guess I must be a very different person now than I was then I didn't find this funny just laughed a couple of times Instead I cried over the section titled I've always loved you best which are letters to her children and Flag in which she discusses what our flag means to us In some ways it is an outdated book so much talk about bored housewives but often this visit to the past made me nostalgic for example remembering how much my mother loved All in the Family and particularly Edith Bunker So kind of a sad book for me but I'm glad that I had a chance to revisit Erma Bombeck

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Im or expendable mothers in law Erma Bombeck gets to the heart of the matter and makes us laugh through our tears. I read this when I was a new mother With a newborn I was winding up my Braille II certificate and decided to braille this book If I hadn't enjoyed laughing with Erma so much I probably would never have finished the reuired perfect 35 pages plus a colicky baby

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I Lost Everything in the Post Natal DepressionErma Bombeck has learned a few things about children and family over the years and in a way that is uniuely and w. Erma Bombeck is a jewel of humour She embodies all the casually assumed values of a generation which threw up its hands and wandered into retirement before I ever came along Though she flourished during the first wave of militant feminism she makes no apologies for her vocation of wife and mother while claiming no great skill at either Her sense of humour is her weapon in the face of the frustrations and vicissitudes of life She mocks her husband her children her mother in law and herself with euanimity From the daughter who goes off to college to escape her parents' materialism but takes everything in the house with her to the husband who loves camping too much to the dog's game of Let Me In Let Me Out Let Me In nothing is safe from her shrewd observations and wit There's only one rule in the Bombeck household Take nothing too seriously including yourself