Sarah Parshall Perry knew that raising kids would be different from climbing the corporate ladder, but she wasn't ready for just how different.
With her signature wit, lawyer-turned-stay-at-home-mommy Sarah says what all of us are thinking when we trade annual reports for homework help and sleepless nights. Sarah invites you to laugh alongside her in the "Are you kidding me?" moments that come with the job of growing people. This is the story of every mother who gives up one thing to get something better - and ends up finding out what she's worth along the way.
|Title: Mommy Needs a Raise (Because Quitting's Not an Option)|
By: Sarah Parshall Perry
Number of Pages: 256
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Weight: 9 ounces
Stock No: WW724115
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Women know that raising children will be different from climbing the corporate ladder. But nothing can truly prepare them for the mind-muddling world of motherhood. It doesn't take long for a new mom to question whether her tyrannical, diapered boss really understands her value to the organization. Because honestly? She's not always sure herself.
With her signature wit, lawyer-turned-full-time-mommy Sarah Parshall Perry says what all new moms are thinking when they trade annual reports for homework help and yoga pants. Perry invites moms to laugh alongside her amidst the "Are you kidding me?!" moments that come with the job of raising humans. This book is story of every mother who gives up one thing to get something better--and ends up finding out what she's worth along the way.