The Really Really Busy Person's Book of Parenting Hardback
by Rob Parsons; Katharine Hill;
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The Really Really Busy Person's Book of Parenting
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- Want a book that really understands how busy parenting really is?
- These short helps, ideas, and strategies are made to equip you
- Both as a mood and confidence builder, this book exists for you
As parents we live each day at such a pace. One minute we are juggling the dawn scramble for p.e. kit, packing lunchboxes and dealing with toddler tantrums in the supermarket queue, and then, before we know it, they are filling in job applications.
Did we do it right? Did we do it well?
There is no one way to be the perfect parent. But there are a hundred ways to be a great parent. This hilarious, engaging little book is packed full with great ideas to help any really really busy parent find that extra minute, to enjoy their kids and to make the very most of every precious moment. Within these few pages are ideas, strategies and principles that can revolutionise not only the way we parent, but also the way we feel about our parenting.
The Really Really Busy Person's Book of Parenting by Rob Parsons; Katharine Hill was published by Muddy Pearl in February 2016 and is our 5483rd best seller. The ISBN for The Really Really Busy Person's Book of Parenting is 9781910012284.
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Details for The Really Really Busy Person's Book of Parenting
|Author / Artist||Rob Parsons; Katharine Hill|
|Publisher||Muddy Pearl (February 2016)|
|Number of Pages||144|
|Page last updated||10th July 2016|