Look Out, I’M Parenting Here: A Survival Guide for the Single Parent

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iUniverse, Jul 16, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 216 pages
Look Out, Im Parenting Here is a must read for anyone who is taking on the challenge of raising toddlers. This no-nonsense narrative is easily one of the best reference guides on the market today.

In a society where families are now spread across the country and young parents have little or no extended family support, Look Out, Im Parenting Here relates the basic concepts of good traditional parenting in a friendly and easy to understand manner. Just as you would with a relative or trusted friend, you will find good sound advice on many basic issues that face all new parents.

As you head into the ever changing maze of a full time career while trying to raise small children, this book will provide you insight into the many tasks at hand while offering you hope and promise for the future. Single or married, the challenges of raising young children are the same. Look Out, Im Parenting Here will give you solutions that really work in the voice of someone who has been down this road before.

However this books greatest gift may just be a better understanding of how precious these years are to both you and your kids. You will find new ways of turning your daily turmoil into harmony and really start to enjoy being a parent. These can be some of the best times of your life, if you understand the people with whom you are sharing these years, your children.


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About the author (2011)

Ted D. Moss III is the father of four children with 34 years of parenting experience. He was married at the age of 21 while still in college and divorced before the age of 30. When his marriage ended, he chose to be actively involved in his children’s lives and was granted joint physical custody when they were just 2 and 4 years of age.

Remarried at the age 37, he has had the unique opportunity of raising two more children while watching his older kids become adults.

Ted now lives in Fenton Michigan with his wife Teresa and their two teenage daughters, Brooklynn and Samantha. He enjoys golfing, writing and spending time with his family. His oldest daughter Kyle, has worked on Wall Street is now married, living in Los Angles, and works in New Media Development for a large media company. His son Teddy has traveled the country as singer/song writer and now resides in Chicago.

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