the gift of an ordinary day: a mother's memoir by katrina kenison
so far, this may be one of the wisest, sweetest, and most reassuring books i've read yet on the overwhelming, rewarding, heartbreaking, and deeply enriching
work of being a mother. and, over the past two plus years i've been reading a lot of them. just a little over one hundred pages in, i'm thouroughly enjoying this book. and, in fact, vacilate
wildly between consuming it ravenously and savoring it as slowly as possible. which is how i know i'm really loving it.