A Parent Is Born
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A Parent Is Born

Rachel Hollis Got Me Ranting About Kids’ Table Manners. Here’s Why.

You do you. I’ll do me.

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I’ve been reading Rachel Hollis’s Girl Wash Your Face, and honestly, I have mixed feelings about it.

For starters, I completely respect this woman as a writer. In fact, I admire any writer who has the nerve to show up. As a freelancer myself, I know how difficult it can be to put…

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Because the moment a child is born, a parent is born, too.

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Amanda Clark-Rudolph

Amanda Clark-Rudolph

Amanda is a work at home mama who contributes to various magazines and blogs. Contact her at writeonfreelancingllc@gmail.com for interview or blog articles.

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