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What kids need most in a mom

Author: Patricia H Rushford
Publisher: Old Tappan, N.J. : F.H. Revell, ©1986.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patricia H Rushford
ISBN: 0800714768 9780800714765 0800752945 9780800752941
OCLC Number: 13331543
Description: 190 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: 1. Musings of another mother --
If I'd known then what I know now --
Pigtails and super glue --
Practical helps for moms --
Part I: Mything out on motherhood --
2. The mythical, mystical, magical mom --
Especially for moms --
The guilt trip of the century --
We've created a monster --
Motherhood, the American flag, and apple pie --
3. Real moms don't eat baby food --
It's a long way to the ground --
I was a baby food junkie --
Only a mother ... --
Control yourself, you're an adult --
Children are not naughty, actions are naughty --
Only animals have instincts? --
Real mothers don't get sick --
To dream the impossible dream --
4. The trouble with super moms --
It's a bird. It's a plan. No! It's super mom! --
The rising cost of flight insurance --
Anything you can do I can do better --
The great American burnout --
Warning: Super momming may be hazardous to your kids' health --
My baby, the genius --
All aboard the baby buggy express --
Too much too soon? --
Baby burnout. Part II: The treasures of a mother's heart --
5. If time were diamonds --
Turn around and she's grown --
Only yesterday --
Is quality time enough? --
Quality time versus super pickle --
A poison in time --
Try the antidote --
6. A room full of memories --
Memories tell us who we are --
I remember mama --
Life is a celebration --
The making of a memory --
Memories can't take the place of people --
7. In the heart of a stone --
Nag! Nag! Nag! --
Creative nagging --
Talking stones --
"You never listen" --
8. Weaving in the threads of discipline --
A gift from God --
Discipline, the necessary thread --
How disciplined are you? --
I try to be consistent, but ... --
Even children understand the need for discipline --
The problem with perfection --
Logical consequences --
The meanest mother in the world --
A mother knows --
A flaw in the masterpiece --
9. An unexpected tour of the guilt factory --
Built-in guilt --
Standing trial --
Guilty until proven innocent --
"It wasn't your fault, mom" --
10. The playroom --
The key to a happy heart --
Loving enough to laugh --
Having fun --
11. The library --
Know your child --
Creative mothering --
Who will educate your child? --
Garbage in ... Garbage out --
Show & tell --
Justice Smushtice --
The problem with Earl --
Teach your children well --
12. The throne room --
And he gave his life --
Do you really love your child? --
I yam what I yam --
Shaping up your attitude --
Have you hugged your child today? --
Forgiveness --
a crown of glory --
13. The servant's quarters --
Help wanted ... professional mother --
And for service above and beyond the call of duty ... --
You've come a long way, baby --
Things go better with God --
"You believed in me" --
"It's a miracle, mom." Part III: What's a mother to do? --
14. Mama said there'd be days like this ... --
What went wrong? --
Are you riding in a rut? --
Why was I born? --
Priority living --
When priorities go wrong --
15. Help and hope for working moms --
Is the working mom living in sin? --
Ode to a working mom --
Can working mothers make good moms? --
All I ever wanted was to be a mom --
Helps for moms who work away from home --
Who will care for the kids? --
Stay healthy --
Meditation instead of medication --
16. For moms who stay home --
Not only a mother --
Do you need a change? --
Changing with the seasons --
Support for sagging souls --
17. The growth and development of a mom --
Lessons in springtime --
Slow down summer --
Reaping summer's harvest --
Growing in winter --
What kids need most ...
Responsibility: Patricia H. Rushford.

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