Send Me Into The Woods Alone: Essays On Motherhood

April 19, 2022|
Send Me Into The Woods Alone: Essays On Motherhood by Erin Pepler
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Dispatches from modern motherhood by a reluctant suburbanite.

Send Me Into The Woods Alone is an honest, heartfelt, and often hilarious collection of essays on the joys, struggles, and complexities of motherhood.

These essays touch on the major milestones of raising children, from giving birth (and having approximately a million hands in your vagina) and taking your beautiful newborn home (and feeling like you've stolen your baby from the hospital), to lying to kids about the Tooth Fairy and mastering the subtle art of beating children at board games. Plus the pitfalls of online culture and the #winemom phenomenon, and the unattainable expectations placed on mothers today.

Written from the perspective of an always tired, often anxious, and reluctant suburbanite who is doing her damn best, these essays articulate one woman's experience in order to help mothers of all kinds process the wildly variable, deeply different ways in which being a mom changes our lives.

"Easily the most validating book you'll read this year."-Ann Douglas, author of Happy Parents, Happy Kids and The Mother of All Pregnancy Books

Erin Pepler is a freelance writer who lives in the greater Toronto area with her husband and two kids. Her work has appeared in Today's Parent, ParentsCanada, SavvyMom, Romper, Scary Mommy, MoneySense, Broadview Magazine and more. You can find Erin on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as well as at erinpepler.com.
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Title:Send Me Into The Woods Alone: Essays On Motherhood
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:208 pages, 8 X 5 X 0.45 in
Shipping dimensions:208 pages, 8 X 5 X 0.45 in
Published:April 19, 2022
Publisher:Invisible Publishing
Language:English
ISBN - 13:9781988784892

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