Tuesday, April 12, 2011

The Crazy Daze of Motherhood

Title: The Crazy Daze of Motherhood
Author: Jane Isfeld Still
Genre: Humor
Release Date: April, 2011
Publisher: Cedar Fort
ISBN: 9781599554952
Pages: 88




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An excerpt: When my husband and I applied for our marriage license, we simply walked up to the clerk and paid our money. He handed us a little piece of paper and said, “Next.” That was it. There was no interrogation, no screening of any kind. No one asked me if I was an ambulance driver, a paramedic, a dog whisperer, a pest exterminator, a plumber, or an emergency responder of any other ilk, nor if I was ever likely to become one.

My thoughts: This book had me smiling and laughing from the first page thinking of times these things have happened to me on many occasions. Or in some cases, I'm very grateful they haven't happened (yet!) :) The Crazy Daze of Motherhood is a fun, light read filled with short stories that are perfect to read during that quick minute of downtown any mother dreams of. :)

Jane has a great sense of humor telling about all those crazy things her kids or her family (or ok maybe her too. Do moms have to admit to crazy behavior?) have done in the past and helped me look at some of the stressful times in life with fond memories. I think this would be a fun read for any mother (and especially a great mothers day gift!).

One of my favorite stories she told was about how kids bombard you the minute you pick up the phone. She starts the chapter, "Unless you're dead, don't bother me when I'm on the telephone!" I couldn't stop laughing out loud!


Check out Janes blog:
You can win a fun prize from Jane to help celebrate the release of her book. Just go to her blog at (http://www.janeisfeldstill.blogspot.com) and become a follower, and then leave her a comment and tell her that you're a new follower. You could win:

1. Mother's Daze basket, soap, chocolate, lotion, decorative candles, and recipe cards
2. Box of blank cards with a smattering of Canadian chocolate
3. Chocolate



*I was given a copy of this book for my honest review.

3 comments:

Laura said...

Sounds like a fun book. I can't wait to read it.

Laura J.

Greg and Kimberly ... said...

I love this kind of book. I'll be sure to check it out! You always have such great reviews. Thanks! :)

Heids said...

Does this count as Marriage Monday? I'm way intrigued by this book. Sounds like a good "new baby" gift too - hint, hint.