“A mother is only as happy as her unhappiest child”, they say. But is it true?
What if your children are all miserable, Carolina wonders, but your life is finally coming together?
Will’s new marriage and new job, are already old.
Savannah’s reduced to chasing a guy and she’s playing the Southern Belle to do it.
Bryan is labeled a stalker. But maybe worse, is he a world-class liar? Carolina’s friends are having kid worries, too.
Laney’s finding the age gap between high school senior and newborn grows with her exhaustion.
Susan’s kids too quickly get accustomed, and attached, to their new station in life in their ritzy mountain community.
Missus schemes to have her great-grandchild living under her roof, but that means living with a pregnant teenager first.
Why do people keep having kids?
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Kids!!!!! Like peter pan don't want to grow up
The apples don't fall far from the tree. Dysfunction passed down from mom and dad to the kids. Just when I thought I couldn't dislike Anna more I was proven wrong. She's immature prickly, selfish, shrewish, and mean spirited. Humanity at its best, worst, raw and real!!! Shocking to see a SLIVER of humanity in "Mrs" , finally!! The kids are growing up and facing realities like it or not!! School of hard knocks and trial and error!! Glad these kids aren't mine. I'd be in jail. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a good job.
I enjoyed listening to Suzanne Barbetta
Great characters, plot, family oriented. Growth of friendship, family.