We think parenting babies is hard-but in reality feeding, diapering and rocking are a whole lot easier than molding little minds. All of a sudden we are faced with tiny human beings who are developing a sense of self and the world around them. As their parents, we are the chosen guides, yet without a GPS, Mapquest, or a handbook, we're supposed to steer them in the right direction.
Ultimately, we want them to be productive, compassionate citizens who make us proud-the question is how do we get there?
"Girls Gone Child" is the hilarious, gut-wrenching, tender journey from the cradle to the classroom. It is less about raising parents, and more about them raising us, one joyful, painful baby step at a time.