Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1997. Paperback. 159pp. Reg. $12.95. Being a mother may not seem that amusing to, well, mothers. But the way Ann Edwards Cannon tells it—drawing on real-life experiences that will remind readers of their own most embarrassing family moments—parenting can be as hilarious and unpredictable as any situation comedy. Like when her kids forgot to tell her about the police officers waiting for her in the front room…or when her youngest refused her collect long-distance telephone call home!
She despairs at being able to master such essential mothering skills as the mysterious watermelon thump at the grocery store, and she worries that her children suffer. Because as she has learned: we pass on our goofiest genes to our kids. New. Item #11368