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Momover: The New Mom's Guide to Getting It Together (even if you never had it in the first place) Momover: The New Mom's Guide to Getting It Together (even if you never had it in the first place)

by Dana Wood

Book Reviews

"Momover reads like a juicy exposé that spills a delicious secret: a happy mom equals a happy baby. Dana Wood redefines the tenets of modern motherhood with wit and a stockpile of indispensable, expert advice."
--Cynthia Rowley

"After you have a baby, everyone focuses on the baby and the baby clothing and baby gear. I applaud Dana Wood for turning her attention to the new mother and helping her return to her chic fabulous self!"
--Liz Lange, founder and president of Liz Lange Maternity Clothing

"Dana Wood has masterfully blended humor with hugely helpful information for any mama who wants to re-boot her life -- mind, body, and soul! Her tips and stories are simple, but transformational. And by the end of her book, you feel like you have a new friend who is just a few steps ahead, shining the light to make your path easier and more delightful."
--Kathy Freston, author of Quantum Wellness: A Practical and Spiritual Guide to Health and Happiness

"Hip, insightful, funny, and filled with practical wisdom, Momover is packed with helpful, hardcore information on the pitfalls of mothering -- warts and all -- and reads like you are talking with your best friend. Using her years of expertise in the beauty world, her whip-smart mind, and mucho common sense, Dana Wood takes you from the brink of disaster after giving birth to the wondrous discovery of an even better version of the old you! I urge you to share her journey. Not only will you laugh along the way, but by following her wisdom, you will be transformed."
--Dayle Haddon, actress, model, and author of Ageless Beauty: A Woman's Guide to Lifelong Beauty and Well-Being

Online Reviews

"Wood approaches both the physical and emotional aspects of new momness and leaves readers with a strong postpartum guide through a time many women report to be the most confusing and rewarding of their lives."
--January Magazine

"It's well written, nicely organized and easy to follow."
--Sweeps 4 Bloggers

"Filled with practical knowledge and helpful hints, Wood gives readers the support they need to get through the numerous hazards of being a new mom."
--Bookin' with Bingo

"The author gives you motivation and the overall tone of the book is good!"
--Geek Girl Reviews

"It's a fun read with lots of tips and advice for new moms . . . "
--Penelope's Oasis

"I think this book would make a perfect baby shower gift to any mommy-to-be, as long as she likes to laugh at witty repartee."
--Busy Moms Who Love to Read

"A breezy, easy read for new moms who need to get rid of guilt, know that it's ok to cry, and that it takes a lot of hard work to raise a baby and get self back together."
--Suite 101 Mind Body Fitness

"Written by Dana Wood, the book Momover is exactly the kind of guide I wish I'd had right after I'd given birth."
--Mommy Reporter

"You've got Dana Wood, patron saint of stylish new moms everywhere, to show you how to take world-class care of yourself -- drumroll, please -- after the baby is born . . . and beyond!"

"Momover is a fun and enlightening book for new mothers packed full of useful information."
--Parenting Books Suite 101