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Parenting Without Borders, Christine Gross-Loh

Parenting Without Borders  I’m so glad to see that Ms Gross-Loh has done this kind of book.  Know that I just started to read it,  but I know its going to be worth the read and the buy in the long run.  Decided to buy my own copy instead of borrowing it from the library.  Again, this is like a book that I have read earlier this summer, The Business of Baby: What Doctors Don’t Tell You,  What Corporations Try to Sell You,  and How Put Your Pregnancy,  Childbirth,  and Baby Before Their Bottom Line, Jennifer Margulis.  At the same time have mentioned as well.  In which both of these books and their authors like another book that I have read Homeward Bound:  Why Women are Embracing the New Domesticity, Emily Matchar.  Have also mentioned this book.

Think thats it for now.

Thank you, again, in advance.

Yours truly,

Jessica A Bruno

Jessica A Bruno (waybeyondfedup)