Do you judge a book by its cover?
I totally do. Even though I know I shouldn't, after reading countless (no, really, hundreds) of books spanning from classics to the daftest of chick-lit, I do.
The cover is what initially drew me to this book. I admit that my first impression/assumption of what the book was about was very wrong. But the book is FABULOUS nonetheless.
Review's coming soon. For now, enjoy the beautiful cover!
Choices. It's about choices. Arguing and ridiculing over birthing options is as dumb as the SAHMs v Working Moms fight. As a writer, a mom, and just a girl in general, I try to offer information. Admittedly, some opinions are thrown in there-- consiously and unconsiously just through the types of things I post.
I don't understand why anyone would CHOOSE to have a C-section, but claiming that a woman who gave birth with an epidural or via C-section is any less of a mom/woman/warrior/hero is utterly ridiculous. Same goes for breastfeeding; I don't understand why someone wouldn't at least TRY, but what they choose long-term is not for your judgement.
I LOVE all the differing opinions of our friends and followers, and ALWAYS welcome comments-- however similar or adverse they may be to my own, but judging instead of informing is not ok.
Let's work together to HELP each other, not make it a competition.