Have you ever wondered what your kiddos are thinking about? Particularly your three-year-old?
Now’s your chance to find out! On top of getting deep insight into what your littles are thinking, you’ll also benefit from this e-book by:
*Laughing until you pee! Okay, I’m not sure that’s a benefit, but you really do need a break from the hardships of motherhood. You may as well get a good laugh while you’re taking some much needed “me” time to read a book without illustrations (even if it is while you’re hiding out in the laundry room dipping into that stash of chocolate while listening to your kids frantically search for you so they can ask you to make them a snack…)
*No longer feeling embarrassed by the things your child is doing that you think are absolutely not normal. You will learn that everyone’s child does things just as, if not more embarrassing.
*Not feeling alone in motherhood. You will learn throughout this book that your frustrations and fears are shared by many moms just like you. You’re not alone in this journey.
Don’t wait! This is your chance to see things from your child’s perspective:
- “DAD WAS ATTACKING MOM!! WITH HIS BUM!!! UNDER THE SHEETS!!!!!!!!!”
- “What kind of sick freaks would go to a shower of babies???”
- “Mom is sick. Or so she says. I personally just think she’s hoping for a day of being lazy.”
- “I also told any women that we encountered during the day that Mom has MyPeriod so that they could take the necessary precautions to keep themselves safe.”
Get yourself a hot cup of coffee and hide in the laundry room next to your chocolate stash. Make sure you don’t laugh out loud, though. You don’t want to be found!!
Get your copy of this great e-book: “A year in the life of a three-year-old: I’m the smartest person in the world” NOW!!
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