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The Secret Art of Being a Parent - Tips tricks and lifesavers you don't have to learn the hard way - cover

The Secret Art of Being a Parent - Tips tricks and lifesavers you don't have to learn the hard way

Bridget Watson Payne

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Parenting Tip #1: There's no one right way to be a parent. This entertaining parenting guide is the helpful, bite-size advice you need when you've just had a kid. From a list of what you need in a diaper bag to a loving reminder that sometimes you just need to take time for yourself, these tips and tricks reassure parents that parenting is doable and that they're already doing a great job. Chock-full of all the timesavers and support that new parents need, and with fun illustrations to lighten the mood, this shower go-to gives first-time parents the gift of knowing that, yes, they can do this!

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