Mommy Brain

Stankiewicz, Carlotta. “Mommy Brain.” 1998. Web. 12 May 2011.

 Written by Carlotta Stankiewicz, this poem summarizes the incidents that tend to occur to moms when their babies are little. She suggest that if a mother “left the crayons to melt in the car” or “forget where the are keys car” it´s due to a virus called “Mommy Brain.” Ultimately I believe Stankiewicz is going back to the time when those things occurred to her and now she tittle´s it the “Mommy Brain.” The author uses descriptive sentences like “you´ve just caught a particular virulent strain of the affliction known as the Mommy Brain” through which she manages to describe real life situations that occur and stress many people, using humor, to show she was a mother once and comprehends how hectic it can be. 


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