You Know You’re a Mom – A Book for Moms Who Spend Saturdays at the Soccer Field Instead of the Spa by Harry H. Harrison Jr.

 

_225_350_Book.2206.coverYou Know You’re A Mom – A Book For Moms Who Spend Saturdays at the Soccer Field Instead of the Spa by Harry H. Harrison Jr. is a book that all moms can relate to. I really like the size of this book and although it is small, it is a really great read. You could say that this book is a prefect coffee table book for all moms out there. If you have a day where you are a little stressed, you can read a few pages and laugh at how you know you are not alone. I think this would also be a great gift for a new mom or first time mom. I really enjoyed reading this and found a lot of the sayings to be very funny and relatable. **I received this book for free in exchange for a honest and unbiased review.** You can get your copy of this book HERE.

Synopsis: One day that little plus sign appears on the stick, and you realize your life is about to change forever—you’re going to be a mom! Whether you’re still in the days of 2am feedings and loads of dirty diapers, or you’ve made it to that bittersweet moment of their college graduation, this book will make you laugh out loud with its insightful and funny observations about motherhood.  From the days when you read every parenting book ever written—while your husband plays golf—to the hours you spent polishing up your adult child’s resume, parenting is a roller coaster. Harry H. Harrison Jr. makes it just a little easier with his trademark humor and truisms as you learn that your job as a mom is the most important one you’ll ever have.

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