The Sweet Potato Queens' Guide to Raising Children for Fun and Profit
When does 1 + 1 = 3 (or more)? When you've got a baby on the way.
Part of that new math, says #1 New York Times bestselling author Jill Conner Browne -- whom USA Today calls "just plain funny" -- includes the addition of an outsize sense of humor to balance the equation of your growing family.
The Sweet Potato Queens' Guide to Raising Children for Fun and Profit is a hilarious (though not scientifically tested) wink at the time-honored mysteries of parenting, because anybody who has ever had a kid or has ever known one knows that the experience is neither fun nor profitable -- so you might as well laugh!
As each generation begins its hopeful, happy, and, yes, sometimes harrowing journey as Parent and Child, together they spawn a new body of "knowledge," the nuances of which will elude the Experts every time. Here are stories of the things we do for Mother Love -- or, the most incredibly full-time volunteer job ever -- and tips guaranteed not to be found in any other parenting guide.
- How to talk to a pregnant woman
- How the diamonds on delivery policy can speed up the labor nature intended
- Why a good mother is always adept at subterfuge
- The list of things you wouldn't think you would have to tell kids not to do
- Why mothers of sons can never retire
- Why, for parents, it's just a short drive to the poorhouse
The Sweet Potato Queens' Guide to Raising Children for Fun and Profit will have everyone who's ever been a parent -- or has ever thought of becoming one -- or has ever been a child -- or is still one -- giggling and grinning (no small feat) through those childbearing years...and beyond.
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