Took me forever to "get into" this one, maybe because I spent most - if not the whole of my reading - thinking; "Okay, this is what a number of upper-middle class, white
women with high-powered careers deal with, but what about the millions of working mothers that don't
fall into those specific categories. This is hardly a universal perspective." It was an interesting, if limited take on the harried working mother's life, but ultimately lessened by it's circumscribed point-of-view.