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(SAFE BABY HANDLING TIPS [WITH SPINNER]) BY Sopp, David(Author)Hardcover Nov-2005
The next time you're having one of those days caring for your motley crew, reach for one of these hilarious parenting books to take the edge off. It's not fun to take parenting too seriously. Luckily, you don't have to. It was hard to pick just 10 of the funniest parenting books. I mean, I had to read -- and laugh -- a lot. But I did it. From Jenny Lawson to the veteran Vicki Iovine, here are the shoot-milk-out-your-nose hilarious books that you can buy for all of your pregnant friends.
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