Sneak Peak Into One Of My Up Coming Books

I have so far written a series of children’s books that teaches morals through 4 characters. I am just waiting on illustrations to be done with audio and brail versions for the hearing and sight impaired.

Meanwhile, I have started on some mummy books with pregnancy, child birth and the years the follow up.

So here is a little bit of a teaser from one of my books called “Where Is The Manual?” It’s based on a mother’s real struggles in the first year of having a baby. Enjoy the tease and keep an eye out for the up coming series 🙂

XX Tanibooks.

 

“All first time mums should be given a manual…. You get a new born in your arms and find your self wondering what to do with it.  You were told that once you have a baby you’ll feel nothing but love and the good times roll in. You won’t find a book on the real struggles with kids cause it’s all unicorns and rainbows – Where is a manual when you need one?”

 

“All first time mums should be given a manual…. You get a new born in your arms and find your self wondering what to do with it.  You were told that once you have a baby you’ll feel nothing but love and the good times roll in. You won’t find a book on the real struggles with kids cause it’s all unicorns and rainbows – Where is a manual when you need one?”

 

“Your baby at some point will go on the crawl. Sitting around having a cup of tea googling over your baby becomes a thing of the past. You’re now a world leading marathon runner because your baby does a better job finding things on the floor than your vacuum cleaner does. No one told me I had to get fit for this. – Where’s the manual?”

 

“having a baby is serious business, there is no many things our parents never taught us. Shame on them for always saying “You’ll know when you have kids of your own” – they never cared to elaborate on that did they? I can’t believe our own parents had to go through all of that with us. My parents alone were sad enough to have 6 of us between them! That’s some serious dedication!”

 

 

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