Moms have super human senses. We can see a kid doing something and immediately know that it's not going to end well. Moms have quick reflexes. Before that little one even hits the ground after climbing his first chair, we are there in the blink of an eye to console them and don't forget about our ability to heal boo-boos with just one kiss.
So without further ado, here is the cover for Rachel McClellan's Confessions of a Cereal Mother:
Here's the Blurb:
In this narrative you’ll discover several mind-saving rules, which include:
- Unless there is a rush on the grocery store pending a zombie-virus outbreak, never take your kids shopping.
- If your toddler is going to chew on a Band-Aid, hope it’s one found inside the community swimming pools chlorinated pool and not one found in their locker room.
- Never throw up in a cookie sheet.
- Things can always get worse. You could discover your child playing with a used tampon applicator. It’s not a whistle, sweetie.
- And most importantly, the moment one of your children is seriously ill, forget about everything else. You have the greatest honor in the world – being a Mom.
And some links:
Pre--order on Amazon I Author Website I Facebook
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