People keep asking me, when are you going to write another parenting humor book? The truth is I did write one, but it took me awhile to get it into the market. It is finally here!
"Girls Gone Child" is the continuation of the journey I started in "Smotherhood" (Globe Pequot, 2007). It is about what happens when the diapers come off, you sell the stroller at the yard sale and the sippy cups are in the trash.
I call it "girl meets world."
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.
Please order my e-book on Amazon.com for your Kindle or on the Barnes and Noble Nook. Details for the paperback to follow!