Heather King is an essayist, memoirist, and blogger. Raised on the coast of New Hampshire, she struggled with alcoholism for many years, got sober in 1987, and converted to Catholicism in 1996. She has written and recorded several slice-of-life commentaries for National Public Radio's All Things Considered and is the author of numerous essays and three memoirs: Parched, Redeemed, and the ... more »
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''Children laugh an average of three hundred or more times a day; adults laugh an average of five times a day, we have a lot of catching up to do.''Heather King (20th century), U.S. new mother, executive. Crib Notes (1994).
''Know that every mother occasionally feels "at the end of her rope." When you reach the end of your rope, don't add guilt to your frustration. No one said motherhood was going to be easy.''Heather King (20th century), U.S. new mother, executive. Crib Notes (1994).