Teresa Bloomingdale discusses raising 10 children and it's funny from the title to the last page. I read this book many years ago, when I happened to see it in paperback and was intrigued by the title.
Teresa Bloomingdale discusses raising 10 children and it's funny from the title to the last page. If you have children you will nod your head as she talks about things like: who would put peanut butter in the refrigerator? If you don't have children you will understand why sometimes your friends who do have children seem just a few fries short of a happy meal. The book is about a family - a growing family - that kept growing up to and including ten children. As Teresa Bloomingdale wrote, in the mid-West, back in the fifties it was quite fashionable and acceptable to have a huge family.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The mother of ten children, Bloomingdale writes of her experiences raising such a large family in a society geared to zero population growth.
I found Mrs. Bloomingdale's books when I was young and loved them. I have collected all of them. I first picked up this book when I was 13 and it was very easy reading
I found Mrs. One of my daughters wants ten children. I first picked up this book when I was 13 and it was very easy reading. I had no idea what was in store for me as a parent. ) My paperback copy has long since been borrowed, but the mental pictures that the author drew are still with me 25 years later.
Bloomingdale, Teresa, 1930-, Catholics, Family. New York : Bantam Books. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.
Teresa Burrowes Bloomingdale, American writer, lecturer. Recipient Distinguished Alumna award, Duchese Alumnae Association, 1983. Member of Catholic League Religious & Civil Rights, Nebraska Writers Guild, Authors Guild, Children Mary Sodality, Associate Alumnae Sacred Heart, Omaha Press, St. Joseph Women's Press(Missouri), Alpha Sigma Nu.
Maternity clothes must be made for Catholics,"" says Bloomingdale, ""because they wear forever""; if you send your kids to Catholic schools, ""budget for the annual raffle""; and when something is lost, call on St. Anthony to help find i. Labored humor and nothing new, though. Labored humor and nothing new, though readers who know her from Our Sunday Visitor may wish to extend their acquaintance.
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by Teresa Bloomingdale. Published 1980 by Bantam Books in New York, NY.
I should have seen it coming when the rabbit died. by Teresa Bloomingdale. Written in English.
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Bloomingdale, Teresa. ISBN 10: 0553236865 ISBN 13: 9780553236866. Publisher: Bantam Books, 1983. Book by Bloomingdale, Teresa.