Once a fashion showroom owner now turned mom and blogger/writer. Brianne Manz lives in New York City with her husband, three children and enjoys their fast paced city life. Her blog Stroller In The City boasts about city living, family travel, kids fashion and all things that are mommy. Being a mom doesn't mean you need to lose sight of the cool stuff. Brianne has has been featured on the Today Show, E! News, and People Magazine to name a few.
9 thoughts on “Brianne’s Bookshelf: Spring Reads For Mamas”
I think I might be able to get into a couple of these! That kind of mother looks pretty interesting to me and so does Parentally Incorrect. I always like to learn more about parenting because it is the number one most important job on the planet!
I’ve read several of these. Without merrit and the girls were both so good!
I may read a couple of these if I can squeeze them on my list. I set a goal for 75 books this year so I am sure I will fit them in at some point.
Being with my 6 month old baby makes me super busy, I got all my time with her and can’t even have extra time to read a book lol. I guess I can just take note and make a list for future use when baby is a little bit bigger and I can have my time to read.
Being with my 6 month old baby makes me super busy, I got all my time with her and can’t even have extra time to read a book lol. I can just take note and make a list for future use when baby is a little bit bigger and I can have my time to read.
Perfect timing. My wife just finished her last book and was asking about getting another. Totally showing her this list!
Heading to the hospital on April 1 I was just saying how I’d love to add some new books to bring along with me to pass some time! I will check these out!
I rarely take time to read, but I am right now. I’m reading a chapter a night and loving it. That is one of my favorite pasttimes and I’m long overdue to get back at it. 🙂
I’ve definitely been trying to get more reading in on my spare time. I used to be an avid reader but just don’t seem to have the time to do so as much as I would like to anymore.