Item description for My Life Isn't Perfect...But Thank God My Baby Is by Malonda Richard...
In My Life Isn't Perfect But Thank God My Baby Is, Malonda Richard invites her audience to act as chief witness to every aspect of her unplanned pregnancy, from the everyday activities to her innermost thoughts. Determined to bring only her most positive, loving, and evolved energy to the spirit of her growing child, Malonda steps outside herself to tell her story as an honest observer, expressing honor in having been chosen to carry what she believes will be an extraordinary human being. Lifting her eyes to appreciate the simple blessings in her life, Malonda exhibits firm determination to triumph over potentially cataclysmic life changes. Malonda's resolve to see only the best for the sake of her child provides an inspiring example for her readers, proving that there is indeed both beauty and exultation in what many would perceive as imperfection.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2007
Publisher Baby Tree Books an imprint of Wyatt-MacKenzie
ISBN 1932279601 ISBN13 9781932279603
Reviews - What do customers think about My Life Isn't Perfect...But Thank God My Baby Is?
Cheers from "The Complete Single Mother" Jun 28, 2007
A front row seat as Malonda Richard embarks on her journey to singlemotherhood is riveting and powerful. This book is hilarious, heartwarming, and honest. A must read for all women on their own journey (or just considering a possible journey) to single motherhood.
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An inspiring true story of a woman's triumph! May 31, 2007
As you read this story, you'll see that this author really has the manifesting thing down. She has learned not to give power to her challenges and instead revels in the blessings that a less disciplined person might even overlook or take for granted. Finding out that she's pregnant in her thirties, and flirting with the acceptance that her partner might not really be completely present, the author gathers up all her strength and resilience to serve Ameerah, her unborn child, by turning the story of their challenges into a piece of art that most any woman can relate to. I highly recommend this book to any mother, single or otherwise. The writing is both easy and beautiful, and the author's meaningful poetry appears throughout the book.