“Every mother, at some point, inevitably becomes her own worst enemy. In a millisecond, her halo crumbles and she has a moment so crazed it is forever known as the one…The Mother of All Meltdowns. The following anthology was written by women who have had their moments. Together we have experienced the anguish and frustration of the adult-sized tantrum. We have shed the tears, dropped to our knees in agony, and asked the age-old question, “Why me?” From poop-decorated rooms to having our liquid gold scrutinized and confiscated by TSA, we’re not afraid to share our collection of thirty tell-all stories. We are survivalists and know that within every meltdown there is a silver lining.”
The Mother of All Meltdowns was by far one of the most fun books I’ve ever read. It took me a little longer than usual to read it with being so busy with my newborn son, but it was well worth it! I read it many times during my late night nursing sessions with my son, and I must say it really helped. While being dead dog tired, I was able to pop on my deemly lite iPad and enjoy a few laughs while my son filled his belly.
Being a new mom, this book was so fitting and relevant to me. I could relate to many of the stories, and the others…well I’m sure I’ll be able to relate in no time. I laughed and cringed, and thought to myself “That will be me one day.”. Every expectant mom, new mom, and parent in general should read The Mother of All Meltdowns. Its reminds you that you’re not in this game called parenting alone.
Its so easy to get discouraged and be uncertain about being a mother. In the two months I’ve been a mom, I’ve gone through so many highs and lows. Reading The Mother of All Meltdowns let me know that what I was experiencing was normal, and that every other mother has been through it as well. I will definitely be re-reading it and I hoping for a part 2 in the near future!
The Mother of All Meltdowns: Real Stories of Moms’ Finest (Worst, Completely Awful) Moments is available on Amazon in paperback and for download on Amazon Kindle. It is written by Crystal Ponti, who blogs over at MommiFried.com and a slew of contributing bloggers.