Table of contents for I was a really good mom before I had kids : rewriting the rulebook for modern motherhood / by Trisha Ashworth and Amy Nobile.

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Contents
Chapter One. The Fake Cupcake Problem (Why We Needed to Write This Book)	000
Chapter Two. I Love Being a Mom; I Just Hate Doing It (Align Your Expectations with Reality)	000
Chapter Three. You Can Have It All. Just Not All at Once (Make Peace with Your Choices)	000
Chapter Four. Am I a Bad Mom If I Don't Buy Organic SpaghettiOs? (Lose the Judgment)	000
Chapter Five. I Count the Hours She Spends with the Nanny and Make Sure I Have More (Let Go of the Guilt)	000
Chapter Six. Just Give Us a F-ing Rule Book. We Can't Read Minds A(Tell Him What You Need)	000
Chapter Seven. When You Say Mom, It Leaves a Lot Unsaid about You (Honor Your Whole Self)	000
Chapter Eight. You Know What? It Ain't Gonna Happen B(Just Say No)
Chapter Nine. Oh, My God, I Don't Want to Color Right Now (Live in the Moment)	000
Chapter Ten. Where Do We Go From Here?	000
Acknowledgments	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motherhood -- United States.
Mothers -- Psychology.