The I've Become My Parents Dictionary of Parenting Terms

The I've Become My Parents Dictionary of Parenting Terms

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by Barmy Rootstock
     
 

If you have children, know children or have ever been accused of acting like one, then you need this essential reference. Make no mistake, there's absolutely nothing useful in it whatsoever, but it's guaranteed to make you laugh out loud-- and that's what anyone with kids needs more than just about anything.

Compiled from the Words of The Day tweeted daily… See more details below

Overview

If you have children, know children or have ever been accused of acting like one, then you need this essential reference. Make no mistake, there's absolutely nothing useful in it whatsoever, but it's guaranteed to make you laugh out loud-- and that's what anyone with kids needs more than just about anything.

Compiled from the Words of The Day tweeted daily and posted on the popular blog, I've Become My Parents, author Barmy Rootstock has packed this dictionary with well over 150 hilarious and all-too-true definitions. From "A few" (a quantity that, to a child, equals two pieces of broccoli yet somehow also equals 100 gummy bears.) to "Zombie" (a fictional creature originally modeled off parents of young children.), it's all in there.

Fans of I've Become My Parents will be pleased to see 26 never-before seen cartoons in Barmy's unmistakable style.

The I've Become My Parents Dictionary of Parenting Terms is available as an ebook only and priced to be as accessible as possible so you've got no excuse --download it now, send the kids outside to play, and enjoy!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013848160
Publisher:
Barmy Rootstock
Publication date:
12/10/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Barmy Rootstock is the creator of the popular humor blog, I've Become My Parents (http://ivebecomemyparents.com), and @IBecameMyDad on Twitter. Having realized that he's become his parents and it's too late to do anything about it, Barmy has shifted his attention to trying to keep his son from becoming just like Barmy.

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