For the Love of Mom by Maria Bailey
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From teaching us to tie our shoes to parallel park, from outfitting us for our first dance or our first day in the dorm room, our moms have been our chief counselors, cheerleaders, critics, chauffeurs, and chefs.

For the Love of Mom pays homage to the special women who rocked us, raised us, championed us, challenged us, and—at times—exasperated us. Whether a woman becomes a mom by giving birth, or through the blessings of adoption or step-parenting, she will be moved, inspired, and entertained by these true stories that share both the monumental milestones and everyday moments of motherhood. Some stories are humorous, some heartfelt; others will help moms through the trying times, yet all underscore the devotion and dedication we admire most about mothers.

While the experience of motherhood is different for every woman, one thing is universal: it's almost impossible to fathom the myriad of joys and triumphs encountered on the journey. For the Love of Mom celebrates moms and the uniquely important roles they play in our lives.

About Maria Bailey

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Maria Bailey is an award-winning author, radio talk show host, nationally known speaker and the foremost authority on marketing to moms.   Each month she speaks to over 11 million moms on TV, radio, print and online.  She is the host of The Balancing Act on Lifetime TV and the WE-Women's Entertainment Network for Women.  On radio, Maria is host of Mom Talk Radio the first nationally syndicated radio show for moms and Co-host of Good Day with Doug Stephan, the #7 ranked morning talk show in America. Online Maria is the Founder of, the award-winning Website for executive working mothers and Co-Founder of, the largest resource of online video for moms.  Her Mom Talk Moments are carried on Nestle's and she serves as the Work/Life BalanceExpert on Johnson and Johnson's
Published April 2, 2013 by HCI. 288 pages
Genres: Self Help, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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