Dear Daughter: The Best of the Dear Leta Letters

Dear Daughter The Best of the Dear Leta Letters From the author of It Sucked and Then I Cried creator of Dooce and Queen of the Mommy Bloggers The New York Times a collection of disarmingly honest irreverent and heartwarming letters that Heathe

  • Title: Dear Daughter: The Best of the Dear Leta Letters
  • Author: Heather B. Armstrong
  • ISBN: 9781451661415
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the author of It Sucked and Then I Cried, creator of Dooce, and Queen of the Mommy Bloggers The New York Times a collection of disarmingly honest, irreverent, and heartwarming letters that Heather wrote to her daughter, Leta, every month for the first seven years of her life A mother s love is unconditional There are quiet snuggles, off key sing alongs, un cFrom the author of It Sucked and Then I Cried, creator of Dooce, and Queen of the Mommy Bloggers The New York Times a collection of disarmingly honest, irreverent, and heartwarming letters that Heather wrote to her daughter, Leta, every month for the first seven years of her life A mother s love is unconditional There are quiet snuggles, off key sing alongs, un controllable belly laughs, and daily miracles that only a parent can understand Heather Armstrong first wrote to her daughter when Leta was just eight weeks old For the next five years, Heather wrote a letter every month, capturing the ups and downs of motherhood and chronicling the milestones and surprises of their lives together These are letters that we wish we had written for our own children disarmingly honest, self deprecating, heartwarming, and irreverently funny From the first time Leta holds a rattle to her first steps to her first curse word to her excitement over becoming a big sister, Dear Daughter is a heart felt and hilarious ode to the wonders of parent hood that will have mothers everywhere nodding, laughing, and wiping away tears Dear Leta, You have changed so much since that first morning you spent with us, a morning that altered my life so drastically that sometimes it still feels like I m catching my breath I imagine that I won t ever stop feeling this way, won t ever stop having a portion of my brain dedicated to the thought of where

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