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Sleeping with the Laundry: Notes from the Mommy Track

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Hey Mom, need a laugh? From giving birth to the terrible two's, from preschool to primary, Sleeping with the Laundry is about all the funny things that happen to us as moms. Columnist and mother of two, Margee Moore shows us our best selves, despite the trying moments of parenthood, in this laugh-out-loud funny and deeply touching book.
Kindle Edition, 223 pages
Published April 10th 2012 by Feistytude Edutainment Press (first published November 16th 2011)
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Margee Moore was born in a year that shall remain nameless to poor Irish immigrant's descendants who were solidly middle class by the time Margee arrived. Margee developed a love for humor writing in 8th grade Social Studies when her teacher Mr. Gilchrist read her "Why I Will Not Act Up When the Teacher is Out of the Room Again" paper out loud to the delight of her classmates. In 1999, when her so ...more