Hurrah For Gin: A Book For Perfectly Imperfect Parents
The book has already become popular for its hilarious stick men cartoons. It shows the really funny stuff that no one tells you in parenting counselings. Katie Kirby shows the secret lives of modern mothers, very happy at the end of 6 week school holidays, pistachio nuts to relieve the hangover and extensive of gun. The modern anti-super-mother whose extensively popular blog on the truth of becoming a heroic mother of two rowdy boys of age six and three is spotlighted in this book for the Christmas event.
Hurrah for Gin- A Book for perfectly imperfect parents will be out for read in the Christmas month. Kirby, 26 years old, living in Brighton has already earned wide advance for the writing.
Don’t misunderstand this book as a parenting guide. It is not going to guide you about how take care of your kid from A to Z. It literally contains no suggestion. But it shows the beautiful and true anecdotes and images from the core of parenting, showing it is utterly possible to love your kids with whole of your heart while finding them totally irritating simultaneously. From the very beginning of pregnancy to school, the book lets you taste excitement, frustration and wonder of parenthood, giving a sweet and friendly hug at the end of a hard day.