Leaking Laffs Between Pampers and Depends Paperback
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Leaking Laffs Between Pampers and Depends
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Author Barbara Johnson's encouraging book about a woman's adventures in aging, 'Living Somewhere Between Estrogen and Death', became the number-one best-selling paperback in the Christian market for the year in which it was published. Soon hordes of happy readers were flooding Barbara's mailbox with their own favorite jokes, touching stories, and hilarious tales of female misadventures.
Now Barb has packed that amazing collection of wacky wit into this boisterously funny new book that's full of "laff leaks" about every stage of a woman's life ― from diapers to dentures. No matter what stage of the "hormonal cesspool" you're splashing through, there's something here to touch your heart. You'll love Barb's quirky empty-nest de-cluttering strategies, her joyful insights on stress-soothing, husband-handling, kid-corralling, and parent-parenting in chapters like these:
Having a Baby Is Like Writing a Book―Lots of Whining, Begging, and Pushing
Who Are These Kids, and Why Are They Calling Me Mom?
I Finally Got My Head Together ― Then My Body Fell Apart
We Started Out With Nothing ― and Still Have Most of It Left
Leaking Laffs Between Pampers and Depends is a heart-warming ride over the waves of humour in God's endless sea of love.
Leaking Laffs Between Pampers and Depends by Barbara Johnson was published by Thomas Nelson in May 2003 and is our 39170th best seller. The ISBN for Leaking Laffs Between Pampers and Depends is 9780849937057.
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|Page last updated||18th August 2017|
|Author / Artist||Barbara Johnson|
|Items in Pack||36|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (May 2003)|
|Number of Pages||192|