Summary of Abigail Tucker's Mom Genes

by   Everest Media (Author)
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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.

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#1 I was on duty as a watcher, supervising the fates of fourteen heavily pregnant ewes. The ewes were herd animals, and their offspring usually joined a large, confusing crowd of hundreds soon after being born.

#2 The sheep farm has transformed into a baby blizzard. The ewes are much thinner and less bloated, and their personalities have changed. They are now cranky and prefer to stand alone rather than side by side.

#3 The maternal instinct is a real thing, and it is up to each mother to find it and nurture it. It is a top-down process, with pregnancy and childbirth hormones changing not only our bodies but also our minds.

#4 I had never imagined being a mother, and I had little motherly intuition. I was a battle-tested matron who was bereft of both motherly wisdom and trendy tips pertaining to childbirth and children. I had to learn how to go to sleep, eat, and ride a bike with my kids.

Publication date
May 11, 2022
Paper ISBN
File size
1 MB

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