Are you always wondering what on earth your kiddo is thinking about?

Or are you curious what life will be like when your sweet little baby turns 3-years-old?

It's certain that you've thought to yourself: "What on earth were they thinking?" when your 3-year-old poured crackers all over the floor you just swept or you've looked at your innocent baby and thought: "What will you be like when you're older??"

The answers are all available in one hilarious book. "I'm the Smartest Person in the World" takes you into the mind of a 3 year-old.

A year in the life of a 3-year-old

Parents of sweet babies will discover what their future holds.

Parents of 3-year-olds will relate to the chaos.

Parents of older kids will laugh and be grateful that they're done that stage.

"I'm the smartest person in the world."

           -Every 3-year-old on the planet

I'm the smartest person in the world

I'm the smartest person in the world

A year in the life of a 3-year-old

We all need a little humor in our lives, especially those of us who have 3-year-olds, will one day have 3-year olds, or have had a 3-year-old in the past. 

This e-book is the perfect excuse to hide in the closet, eat your chocolate, and delve into why your 3-year-old just Sharpie'd their entire body. 

What Others Say


"This book makes me never want to have children."


Mom of one cat


"I related to every aspect of this book. I'm so glad that my 3-year-old isn't the only one..."


Mom of two kids

You need to read this book

Whether you need to understand what you're up against, know that you're not alone, or remember again why you're grateful for your teenager this book will give you what you need.

Sam Palmer

I'm a Mom to four girls; one who is currently 3-years-old and three who have been 3-years-old. 

I survived to tell the tale of a year in the life of 3-year-old! 

I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it!

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before your 3-year-old closes this tab!

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