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Adorable Scoundrels & Ten Tips for the Frazzled Parent Books Giveaway

Moms of any age may enjoy these parent books focusing on the struggles of parenthood. Adorable Scoundrels is quirky book of toddler poems about the trials and tribulations of raising a toddler. It covers topics like tantrums, bedtime struggles and mealtime disasters. Ten Tips for the Frazzled Parent, When You’ve Reached the End of Your Rope is such a cute little book. It only took a couple of minutes to read. This book would make a fun gift for any mom! It would be a great baby shower gift for a new parent.

The publishing company has offered a giveaway for a chance to win both books! There will be 5 winners.

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Stuff you should know before you enter the giveaway —> * This giveaway is open to US residents only. You must be 18+ to enter. Winner will be notified via email and given 24 hours to respond. If the winner does not respond within 24 hours, a new winner may be selected. Giveaway runs 05/5/18 – 5/10 at 11:59 PM CST*

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7 thoughts on “Adorable Scoundrels & Ten Tips for the Frazzled Parent Books Giveaway

  1. A quiet time out of them laying in bed. Out and about, immediately go to the vehicle. I believed this allowed them to decompress if need be, relax, and maybe even fall asleep for a bit. It worked with all three of my kids.

  2. I played it by ear. Sometimes the reason is being tired or eating sugar. I try to listen and show empathy to them. Why are they acting up? Sometimes my kids would be able to tell me why.

  3. I would just use a stern tone of voice but within seconds I would be holding them because they are just too cute.

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