I am a good mom, right?It’s a question every mother has asked herself at least once during the wonderful, terrifying, life-changing adventure that is raising a child.Don’t worry. You are a good mother, no matter how much you sometimes struggle.And you are not alone.Full of humor, advice, and heartwarming emotion, Shelley Wenger’s I Am a Good Mom, Right? takes you along on a personal journey as she raises her two boys and deals with illness, school, and bad behaviors…not to mention her own quest to find meaning in ordinary life.Because motherhood is no easy journey, and everyone needs a little help.I Am a Good Mom, Right? features engaging and informational chapters such as:Why Doesn’t the Baby Weight Just Disappear like It IS Supposed To? Sleepless NightsMore Than a Mom, Right?The Day the Naps EndedAnd much more!If you feel overwhelmed or just want to know that you are not alone, pick up a copy today. You will be glad that you did!
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Shelley Wenger was born in York, Pennsylvania and has never left. She now lives on a small farm in southern York County, with her husband and their two sons, surrounded by the usual menagerie of farm animals and a kitten called Jumper.
After she graduated from Susquehannock High School, she went on to Manor College to become a certified Veterinary Technician. She works part-time at a small animal hospital, though she also runs her own freelance business. She enjoys working from home while looking after her children.
A writing career was always something that Shelley aspired to, and it was the trials and tribulations of the struggle to raise two boys which gave her the idea for several of her books in the ‘Good Mom’ series. In them she retells stories and yarns about the fun and laughs, the difficulties and the sheer frustration of it all. She also has written several books to help people make money from home.
When she has time to relax Shelley likes reading and keeps a scrap book to try to save her memories, as well as her sanity. She also loves to spend time with her family and, not surprisingly with two active boys, they attend a lot of tractor and truck shows together.
In the future, Shelley wants to keep writing and, as she spends a lot of time outdoors, she bought a laptop so that she can work outside. And with her children soon to be starting school it should provide her with an opportunity to do just that.