Your two-year-old – advice with a twist of honesty

By on May 27, 2015

 

http://www.thestarphoenix.com/life/Your+year+advice+with+twist+honesty/11085739/story.htmlA. Yes (laughs). It’s the response from the frustrated parent, essentially. I didn’t actually plan this. The book came about when I was just having one of those days when I was making dinner for the family. Nobody was eating anything. The kids were having one of those times when they’re voice-activated: Pick up the fork. Now put the food in your mouth. Now chew the food. Swallow the food. OK, now repeat that process again. And I completely just had it so I went into the living room and started typing and the book just came out.

Q. Is the new book intended as the flip side of The Honest Toddler? Is it time for parents to have their own cheeky voice?

A. Yes (laughs). It’s the response from the frustrated parent, essentially. I didn’t actually plan this. The book came about when I was just having one of those days when I was making dinner for the family. Nobody was eating anything. The kids were having one of those times when they’re voice-activated: Pick up the fork. Now put the food in your mouth. Now chew the food. Swallow the food. OK, now repeat that process again. And I completely just had it so I went into the living room and started typing and the book just came out. thestarphoenix.com

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