Perfect Parenting: A Complete History

Now on Amazon

This week, I released my second book in the ParentNormal Activity Series and it’s far from perfect – and that’s the point.

Perfect Parenting: A Complete History is the parenting book with the fewest words but most important lesson: You aren’t going to be a perfect parent. It has 134 pages but less than 1,500 total words because (Spoiler Alert) there is no history of raising kids perfectly.

Every one of the book’s 40 chapters are empty.

Nobody has ever had a perfect pregnancy. Nobody has ever had a perfect morning getting kids dressed and fed. Nobody has ever had a perfect family vacation. No parent in history has ever had a perfectly clean house, a perfect way of getting kids to listen or even one night of perfectly restful sleep.

If you want lessons on how to be a perfect parent, DON’T buy this book. But if you or a friend need a tangible reminder on your coffee table, nightstand or both that perfect parenting is impossible, this book could be your nearly perfect solution. At the very least, it will be the easiest book for you to finish reading this year.

Get it now for only $5.

The ParentNormal Crash Course Featured on BuzzFeed!

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BuzzFeed always has hilarious lists about parenthood, so it was so cool to see BuzzFeed feature my new book, The ParentNormal Crash Course, in a new BuzzFeed Post about 19 Things You Need to Know Before Your Baby Becomes a Toddler.

Check out the list here.

I hope you also get a copy of The ParentNormal Crash Course: Everything Traditional Parenting Books Are Afraid to Tell You About Close Encounters of the Baby, Toddler and Third-Year Kind. Available now on Amazon.com.

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My Book Has Been Released!

The ParentNormal Crash Course is available now on Amazon.com. Get it by clicking here.

You can also read a preview of the book on the Huffington Post:

Ep. 55 SPECIAL EPISODE: My daughter interviews me about the ParentNormal Crash Course book release!

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It’s here! My new book, The ParentNormal Crash Course: Everything Traditional Parenting Books Are Afraid to Tell You About Close Encounters of the Baby, Toddler and Third-Year Kind, is now available on Amazon.com!

Usually, I interview another parent on the show. But this week, my daughter Ava interviews me about my new book. Naturally, she asks some hard-hitting questions like, “Can I have a snack?” She eventually asks about the book, probably because she wants permission to have a snack. But whatever her motivation, she leads a great interview.

I hope you’ll get the book for yourself or for a friend. It will make a great Christmas present or baby shower gift. Best of all, it will make you laugh on those days parenting makes you want to cry.

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