by Chris Jordan
Having said that, there is no magic formula for parenting kids (wouldn’t THAT be nice!), but I think that this book has helped me realize some areas where I can improve, especially when it comes to the way that I communicate with my children. I feel like this book gave me ideas to make things better. It is easy to get “stuck” in one way of doing something and not be able to see your way out of it, even when you know it isn’t the best way. How many of us have had the horrified realization of hearing our own parents’ voices coming out of our mouths?
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The Chelsea Handler of the future is pissed. Because when she sits down to write her parenting book (yes, I know I’m making big assumptions here, just stick with me), she’ll realize that the book she wants to write has already been written. It’s called Sh*tty Mom, and it’s hysterical, brutally honest with a dash of the politically incorrect.
Introducing solid foods to your baby? Here is a simple guide to making fruit and vegetable purees at home. It’s easy peasy.
by Rachel Meeks
As an adult, I’ve volunteered to teach personal finance classes to teens in local schools. This is what I want teens to know about how credit cards work before they go off to college.