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May 20, 2014

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Mar

Interesnting to see a caring man's point of view, it seems to me he is feeling the familiar angst of all women

Robin

Oh my. I became aware of these books only last week and immediately filed them under "no way to make time for this." But now I think I have to read! The only part that sounds unfamiliar is the five hours of childcare on a regular basis (or ever)--?!*$

Congratulations on your book! I have enjoyed your blog for many years and look forward to laying hands on the book.

Stephany

Yes, this is very familiar to women, I agree, Mar. And Robin, though they're long, they're not at all taxing -- you can read them before bed! (And thanks so much for your kind words about the blog and the book!)

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