Being a stay-at-home mom isn't easy-just ask Brenna Barzenick. After owning a successful physical therapy practice, she sold it to stay at home with her two children. Her decision brought about an unexpected whirlwind in her role as a woman and mother. A compilation of Barzenick's articles from her monthly newspaper column qTales from the Crib, q Tsumommy! shares Barzenick's hilarious and poignant adventures as a full-time mommy to her son and daughter. From her three-year-old son's Spider-Man obsession and her daughter's yearly interrogation about Santa and his method of toy delivery to the joys of serving Easy Mac and chicken nuggets, Barzenick writes with wit, wisdom, and remarkable candor. Barzenick forever debunks the myth that being a stay-at-home mother isn't a qrealq job and gives a voice to those harried, frustrated, noble, and loving mothers who have one of the hardest jobs in the world. So to all you moms out there, ignore that sink of dirty dishes, let the kids watch just one more cartoon, and treat yourself to the funny, unpredictable, and ultimately wonderful world of Tsumommy!I have to sort through the toys and games they already possess to make room for the new stuff that Santa will bring. ... For one, all the catalogs in the mail show decorated home interiors with fancy mantels, garland everywhere, sparkling placeanbsp;...
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