Wednesday, March 14, 2012

MamaBlogger365 - Tiger Mom? French Mom? How About Just “Mom”? by Jennifer Covello

I recently read an article in the Washington Post entitled, “What’s So Bad About American Parents, Anyway?” The writer speaks of the parenting styles of the French and the Argentines and the Eskimos and the Japanese in comparison to American parents and speaks of how we are once again looking to yet another group to figure out the parenting puzzle.

Great! Just what we need as mothers. Not only do we compare ourselves to other mothers in our own inner circles, now we have mothers thousands of miles away to compare ourselves to. What’s wrong with this picture, ladies? Can we stop the madness and just be ourselves?

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Jennifer Covello
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Jennifer Covello is an award-winning author and owner of Frittabello baby gifts. Her passion for motherhood is evident through her writings and her speaking on topics that impact moms and children. As a divorced mother of two children, Ms. Covello, continually searches for the lessons her own children teach her along her parenting journey.

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