Let’s face it, creativity is pretty limited when the only words a mom responds to are “no,” “mine,” and “I do it.” When I started writing a blog, it felt like I was sifting through cobwebs in my brain to get to words that were longer than seven letters. So how can a woman re-learn to create complete sentences with multi-syllabic words? Using the following three principles mothers can prevent atrophy of their word-smithing skills and recover writing abilities that have been lost from disuse.
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