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If you love lighthearted humor and kids, this is the perfect collection for you.
Sandy Appleyard has cataloged the experiences many parents have with their children choosing the funny lighthearted moments that make being a parent fun. A few of the anecdotes hit very close to home, like #98, when her daughter Victoria saw a guinea pig for the first time, and was scared at first, then slowly started loving it, finally saying "Brownie funny... and scary."
My own daughter has said almost the exact same thing many times.
I could wish that a few of the anecdotes were longer, most are only two to three lines, and I think they could be expanded upon to make them even funnier, but as I said at the start, for something to read while waiting in line, or are on a bus or taxi.
In her lovely short, but sweet read, Sandy Appleyard, conveys the hilarity, frustration, and just plain weirdness of being a parent by reminiscing quotes of things her kiddos have said, asked, and answered. Highly recommend to anyone who works with or has children to be reminded of why we do what we do.
Thank you, Sandy, for the laughs and memories! I think everyone raising a young child should keep a journal for these special moments, as our children grow up too quickly.