Mothers don’t need another “how to” book on parenting. What they need is to know that they’re not the only ones who stand on the supermarket checkout line sharing potty training horror stories with total strangers.
A review from www.simplystacie.net:
Cookies for Dinner is actually a series of essays, showcasing the joys and pitfalls of motherhood from the perspective of two good friends, but two very different women. You have Pam, the dedicated career woman, who came to motherhood later in life via adoption. And then you have Kae, the accountant, who followed society’s norm by marrying young and starting her family early, only to discover her husband was cheating on her while she was pregnant with her first child. Each co-author brings her unique parenting style and “adventures” to Cookies for Dinner. And although each gal is an entertaining author in her own right, together they are unstoppable.
Read more about the book on Pam and Kae’s new website: www.twoloonsandabook.com