A collection of weird discussions that I have with my nine-year-old son, taken from my blog and centralized in one downloadable location to be easily used against him when he is a teenager. Conversation topics include: God and hoodies, whether or not I killed the Thanksgiving turkey, rooting through the neighbor's recycling bin and discovering a Victoria's Secret catalog,A collection of weird discussions that I have with my nine-year-old son, taken from my blog and centralized in one downloadable location to be easily used against him when he is a teenager. Conversation topics include: God and hoodies, whether or not I killed the Thanksgiving turkey, rooting through the neighbor's recycling bin and discovering a Victoria's Secret catalog, anthropomorphizing food items while I'm cooking, butlers, how to get girls, and the kid's obsession with hot tubs....
|Title||:||what the kid says|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||40 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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what the kid says Reviews
I could've pasted the entire thing here but I'll have self respect. *cough*Its the first time I have cried AND fallen out of bed- laughing. Go figure how hilariously hysteric. ;)
For those who’ve read some of Jessica Park’s novels, it’s known that Park can write some humorous dialogue. What I found in this short collection is probably the source of some of that humor.This is a collection of conversations and musings that Park has with her young son. Doesn’t sound particularly spectacular on the surface (doesn’t sound boring either, don’t get my wrong). Though, once I read the first one, I couldn’t put the book down. I found myself laughing out loud many times (that’s something I almost NEVER do for any book). I found myself going “awww” in many spots. And on the whole, I was left with a great feeling because this book shows a great relationship between a mother and son.
I really loved this, it was as funny as it suggested it would be but also very touching, especially when Jessica Park reflects on thoughts of the kid growing up and having to deal with him outgrowing certain toys etc at what seems to be alarming speed (well, at least to a mother) and also, the talk about acceptance.Laughed so hard at the Santa talk - whoops!! Really good short read, especially if you're a parent and can relate and at 77p on amazon.co.uk, you really can't go wrong
I loved it. Sweet, funny, touching. It's short, and the price reflects it, but worth reading a couple of times. I hope she does an expanded version at some point so I can read more about Jessica Park's conversations with her son as he's growing up.
Funny and heartwarming. Perfect for this time in my life, when I'm thinking about getting pregnant. Jessica Park captured the importance of motherhood and the utter hilarity of day to day life with a child.
As a mom of two boys, I totally enjoyed this.
Hilarious for any parent or guardian with school-aged kids! Laughed out loud....