MotherMorphosis

"MotherMorphosis" is a term coined by Caroline Poser in 2001 to describe the transformation into and within motherhood.

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xoxox, Carlie

Caroline

 

 

 

MotherMorphosis®: Vignettes about the Transformation Into and Within Motherhood"MotherMorphosis" is available on Amazon.com

“…a compassionate and humorous ‘must-read’ for mothers to be and mothers in the making.” — Mark Victor Hansen, Co-creator, #1 New York Times best-selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul®

“…essential for any new mom trying to figure out the complexities of motherhood.” — Cynthia M. Allegrezza, Book Review Editor, Today’s Parent

“…her sense of humor reminds us not to take ourselves too seriously.” — Jim Warda, Author,

.”..shares a deeply profound perspective on the multifaceted and complex aspects of caring for children.” — R. Scott Brooks, Book Evaluator, Writer’s Digest

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MotherMorphosis® is the poignant story of a thirty-something professional woman’s baptism by fire into motherhood. You’ll laugh and you’ll cry as you identify with the joys and challenges of becoming a mom — from the wonder of beholding a tiny new being to the awe of having said tiny new being dependent on you 24/7 — and seeking that elusive balance among the myriad roles a mommy must fulfill. And just when the author thought she had it all figured out, baby #2 arrived on the scene.

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