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Mommy Moments

3.15 of 5 stars 3.15  ·  rating details  ·  13 ratings  ·  1 review
Mommy Moments is a collection of humorous, real-life stories about parenting through the eyes of Amazon bestselling author, Daphine Glenn Robinson.

After years of infertility issues and miscarriages, Robinson was able to conceive not one, but two beautiful children. Life soon turned crazy in the Robinson household. As she emailed the goofy events that occurred on typical da
ebook, 52 pages
Published June 6th 2011 by Truthful Press Publishing
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Pamela Brown
Mommy Moments by Daphine Glenn Robinson is a sure-fire pick me up of a book. It’s a very short and easy read. If you’re a mom, you will instantly recognize one or two, okay probably all of the scenarios. There is universality in the randomness of some of the things that young children do or say. If you don’t have small children at home, this book might help calm down the laser angry glares of annoyance that many a flustered mom gets when their normally angelic baby shows out. She doesn’t know wh ...more
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Robinson’s storytelling abilities culminated during her early childhood years. Being an only child until the age of ten, a pen and a sheet of paper always provided a way of escape from boredom. While other children were outside playing, she spent quiet time in her room playing with dolls, reading, journaling and creating stories. Elements of those stories have now evolved into full-length books.

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