Sneaky Parenting: Smart Shortcuts to Happy Families

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White Ladder, 2008 - Parenting - 183 pages
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Sneaky Parenting is an invaluable guide to dealing with the trials and tribulations of parenting. The book gives parents helpful and insightful tips on how to deal with the practicalities of every aspect of parenting: from potty training, sibling rivalry, holidays and getting dressed to minor illnesses, cleanliness and manners. Easily readable and with a humorous and entertaining edge, author, Jo Wiltshire, has collected tried and tested advice from real parents - parents who care more whether the children are happy than whether their clothes are clean. With these real life accounts and countless clever shortcuts, this book will provide you with a fast track to a happy family. Jo Wiltshire is a writer and journalist who lives in Hertfordshire with her husband, two children and Whippet. Formerly an interviewer and feature writer for The Mail on Sunday, she has applied the skills she acquired handling highly strung celebrities to the equally demanding world of babies and toddlers, following the birth of her daughter. She now specialises in parenting and children's books.

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Jo Wiltshire is a writer and journalist who lives in Hertfordshire with her husband, two children and whippet. Formerly an interviewer and feature writer for The Mail on Sunday, she applied the skills she acquired handling highly-strung celebrities to the equally demanding world of babies and toddlers with the birth of her daughter Evie. She now specialises in parenting and children's books.

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