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Mara Altman author of the number one Kindle Singles bestseller “Bearded Lady” turns to the topic of motherhood with touching and uproarious results At 32 years old the recently married author found herself suddenly surrounded by babies and the expectation of family and friends that she would soon have one herself Altman’s ambivalence prompted a search for the meaning of motherhood –– one that led her to wear a fake. I think I would have enjoyed this a lot if I had simply read it instead of listening Normally I enjoy when the author narrates but Mara s delivery felt a bit wooden and one note There were some truly funny moments but a delivery that might have been an attempt at dry humor just fell flat In addition I found myself getting annoyed by her wavering back and forth over the baby issue I recognize this is ridiculous Deciding whether to have a baby or not whether you actually desire a family or if you re just bein

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Nalism Mara Altman worked as a staff writer for The Village Voice In 2009 HarperCollins published Altman's first book Thanks For Coming A Young Woman's uest for an Orgasm which was optioned as a comedy series by HBO She has published three best selling Kindle Singles and has also written for New York Magazine and The New York TimesCover design by Adil Dara Kim Cover photograph by Christopher Lane Illustrations by Mara Altman. I enjoyed Mara s personal research on why people have babies and why should she have a baby which did make for some funny writing But I feel like I would find interesting ideas in the books she suggested than the general procreate so you don t regret it bit What about ideas about adoption or focusing on yourself or you and your partner I think there could have been a little

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Pregnancy belly attend pre natal yoga classes debate experts and even tend to her very own crying plastic baby Her reporting led to a surprising and uplifting lesson about life love and the choices we make “Baby Steps” is what to expect when you’re not expecting –– a heartfelt and hilarious guide to making the most important decision of your lifeAfter graduating from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Jour. Not bad Would be interested to read of her stuff


10 thoughts on “Baby Steps

  1. says:

    LolCute funny honest and relatable This may be short but its a great humorous read and i would recommend it for sure

  2. says:

    I got this free on my Kindle and it was clear within 1 page that it was pretty bad but I tried to stick it out However I was forced to stop reading after this The dirt was red and dry it clung to our shoes like baby powder d

  3. says:

    I think I would have enjoyed this a lot if I had simply read it instead of listening Normally I enjoy when the author narrates but Mara's delivery felt a bit wooden and one note There were some truly funny moments but a delivery that might have been an attempt at dry humor just fell flat In addition I found myself getting

  4. says:

    Mara Altman has been married to her husband Dave for two years and it’s beginning to get unbearable Friends relatives and complete strangers are all paying an inordinate amount of attention to her body shape and speculating whether it might change any time soon; in short when will she get pregnant? Because that’s what

  5. says:

    uick easy read about the dance that happens when contemplating when and if to have kids

  6. says:

    Not bad Would be interested to read of her stuff

  7. says:

    Another winner from Mara AltmanThis is the third kindle single I have read by Mara Altman and now my favorite She is hilariously hone

  8. says:

    I enjoyed Mara's personal research on why people have babies and why should she have a baby which did make for some funny writing But I feel like I would find interesting ideas in the books she suggested than the general procreate so you don't regret it bit What about ideas about adoption or focusing on yourself or you and your partner I think there could have been a little

  9. says:

    I thought this was a nice funny story about a woman trying to decide whether or not to have a baby As someone her age with extremely similar feelings to hers I found it fascinating and through her tales of her research I actually learned a few things some that I wanted to know some that I didn't Great little read for women who are uncertain

  10. says:

    Decidedly meh but still funny probably better if you're still having the baby debate or already trying

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