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I’m going to take a quick break from my regular Girl on the Move content to share an awesome project from my friends over at Science of Parenthood…because that’s what friends do…they tell everyone they know how awesome their friends are!  And if your friends don’t do that for you, then we should be friends because I’ll tell everyone how awesome you are!

A little over a year ago I “met” the Science of Parenthood team during a Twitter chat…and I couldn’t get enough of their material.  It is truly laugh out loud funny and quite relatable.  And did I mention funny?!?

So when Norine and Jessica asked me to be a part of the book launch team for Science of Parenthood: Thoroughly Unscientific Explanations for Utterly Baffling Parenting Situations, I said jumped on that opportunity right away.  I received a complimentary copy of the book, but y’all…even if I hadn’t gotten the book for free I would still highly recommend it…it’s that good!

The book is filled with gems like this one…

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Science of Parenthood started nearly three years ago as an illustrated humor blog.  They use fake math and science to “explain” the stuff that puzzles parents every day. Things like …

Why are broken cookies “ruined?”

Why does it matter what color the sippy cup is?

Why can’t you put the straw in the juice box without your kid having a melt down?

Why will a kid whine-whine-whine for a toy, then lose all interest in that toy once they have it? 

Where the eff is my phone?  

My advice to you is to go and pick up your own copy of Science of Parenthood: Thoroughly Unscientific Explanations for Utterly Baffling Parenting Situations today!

You should also check out their book tour schedule to see if they’ll be in a city near you!

And because I love reading so much, I’d love to hear…what’s on your list of books to read right now?


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