My good friend Ann Marie Dwyer published her new book, “Taming the Terrible Twos: a Parents Survival Guide” today. I’m probably just a bit biased because Ann Marie graciously invited me to contribute two articles and to be her editor. I’m proud to call Ann Marie friend and to be a small part of this book.
Ann Marie worked long and hard and it shows. Taming the Terrible Twos captivated me, and I’m a 64 year old “retired” parent. Then again, parents never retire do they? Taming the Terrible Twos will pull you in with Ann Marie’s wisdom, humor and insights into toddlers as people. She practices what she preaches. Ann Marie is the mother of ten.
What’s the difference between a toddler and a teenager? Ann Marie says: “Surviving the terrible twos prepares you for surviving teenagers. You may just find yourself returning to this book a decade from now and uncovering some wisdom yet again.” No matter how old we get we all act like toddlers at times. Never forget that toddlers are always people.
If I sound excited it’s only because I am. I’m excited for Ann Marie because her dream is a reality. I’m excited for me because I’m a published author in a real book. I’m excited for you because you will get so much out of this book. Am I biased? Of course I am. But I know quality and sound advice when I read it. You will too.
Ordering couldn’t be simpler. Here’s the link:
And when you use the coupon “Facebook” you’ll get a $5 discount. Please. After you’ve read the book, come back and leave your comments.
PS: The cover picture features my lovely granddaughter Emily and my late canine friend Roscoe. Biased? Naturally.