By Kendra Wilkinson
Kendra Wilkinson has revealedherself before--in the pages of Playboyand on her fact convey, Kendra.Now she unearths her deepest aspect, sharingthe ups and downs, the thrill andchallenges of motherhood, marriage,and existence within the spotlight.
In this intimate follow-up to her New York Times bestseller, Sliding into Home, Kendra confides her so much candid techniques and emotions on her stories as a brand new mother, and she or he divulges her secrets and techniques on the way to do all of it and make it glance effortless, horny, and fun--even while it's not.
Now with a husband and child in her lifestyles, a booming model to control, and her personal must take into consideration too, Kendra is studying the paintings of stability, occasionally the tough method. no longer eager to pawn her baby off to nannies like such a lot of different stars, Kendra relishes the function of supermom--kissing boo-boos, making lunches, scheduling playdates--all whereas juggling appearances, exercise routine video clips, or even education for the ultra-competitive hit exhibit Dancing with the Stars.
While Being Kendra is filled with humor and real tales that ladies can relate to, it's additionally a heartrending examine Kendra's very own trip via a few darkish locations, together with a personal fight with postpartum melancholy and a really public tussle with post-baby weightloss. Kendra, who has continually been recognized for her athletic (and more suitable) determine, opens up approximately her efforts to get her bikini physique again and the trouble of no longer taking a look attractive, which she believed was once her most useful caliber. Her struggle to drop a few pounds at any rate, chronicled at the covers of numerous magazines, has develop into another triumph for Kendra as she maintains to reach the face of adversity.
From dental assistant, to Playboy female friend and face of a franchise, to spouse and new mom, Kendra has embraced what existence has thrown at her with choice, fortitude, and a prepared giggle. This bold and sincere memoir captures Kendra and her kinfolk of their most sensible and worst moments as she lives, loves, rebounds, and, finally, unearths her position in her new global.
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Being Kendra by Kendra Wilkinson