Throughout her stories of misplaced toys, temper tantrums, and experiences as a physical education teacher, Christine offers observations that will ring true with all mothers. In short, this book offers a virtual high five to women for the million things they manage to miraculously get done.
Would you try another book from Christine Carr and/or Marie Kopan?
Never - Marie Kopan<br/>Hard to say about Christine Carr because I didn't get past the first chapter.
What was most disappointing about Christine Carr’s story?
Sad to say I can't really review the story because the narration was so bad.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Marie Kopan?
Pretty much anyone
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Completely disappointed... waste of money.
Any additional comments?
I feel bad because I don't really know how the book was because I couldn't get past the first chapter, the narration was to terrible and distracting. I've read reviews before about how people couldn't finish a book because of the narration and thought; well if the books great how much could that matter. Well this audio book answered it for me. There was no way I could even make it past the first chapter. Make me very leery about buying other audiobooks. Total waste of money.