Confessions of a Mother Inferior


Author: Ericka Waller

This is a laugh-out-loud and wonderfully written tale about love, life, loss, and motherhood – and all the ups and downs, Ins and outs that happen along the way. Peta has three children under five, a job she hates and a tummy that looks like Jabba-the-Hut. Her (quirky) daughter has just started school and it’s not going very well. Her husband comes home less and less since….Read More

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