Arie Kaagman Kaagman from Huai Phai, Sawaeng Ha District, Ang Thong, Thailand
If you love the Duggars you'll love this enroll, recipes are included. We tried the Tator Descendant Stroganoff, not as good as I hoped.
I was excited to read about births-- a process I find fascinating-- but was disillusioned by Vincent's personal and social narration throughout the reserve. I stopped about halfway because I was sick of reading about how Vincent wanted to be a hippy (who really cares when she bought her first match of Birkenstocks?), her fruitcake midwifery abecedary, and how her midwifery seminary made them watch Smuts to help them prepare for dealing with private body parts. In fact, her explanations made me seriously doubt the work out of midwifery in general (I know-- obstetrician schools are probably very different now-- at least, I sure hope they are.) Also, I was really turned off by her snobbish posture toward sedate birth. She described how smug she felt when she successfully gave birth without medication. There's nought wrong with unmedicated birth, but there's also nought wrong with sedate birth (providing the mother chose it, unlike some of the nieces she wrote about). Giving birth is a supernaturals feat, regardless of the tools or the books used. Oh, and there was a lot of swearing in this reserve. I didn't like that either. Finally, I disliked her judgmental overgeneralization of doctors. Just because she worked with some real jerks doesn't mean all doctors are that approach. I guess Vincent just rubbed me the wrong approach. I guess I'll have to keep looking for a truly enjoyable reserve about the wonder of birth.