Since the Beginning of Time Mothers and Fathers Have been Resorting to this “Last Resort” Tactic

“… pearls of parenting wisdom in an easy conversational style that is punctuated with real-life examples, grace, and humor.”

When parents are just about to pull their hair out…

…or their children have made a liar out of them because they’ve proclaimed over and over that “My child would never…”

…At that breaking point when they think they’re the worst parents in the world…

…or they panic the first day they bring the child home from the hospital…

What does every parent do?

Call grandma…

Finally, you can get a grandparent’s wisdom before the emotional breakdown.

Pat Montgomery’s powerful new guide includes insight she has gained through the process of raising her children, the normal process of learning life’s lessons, and information from her spiritual side.

This 2010 Mom’s Choice Award winning author’s winning guide is a MUST READ gift for:

  • parents to be
  • parents who are looking for advice “from the trenches”
  • parents at any stage of parenting—pregnancy to grand parenting
  • grandparents who want to remember what it was like raising their own children
  • single fathers/single mothers
  • parents who’ve lost their own parents to the spirit world and need someone they can turn to for help
“Being a parent is as terrifying as it is thrilling, overwhelming as it is heartwarming, and as confusing as it is wonderful.”

For most parents it’s trial and error. Some things you will get right and some you will get wrong. Before you enter the amazing and frightening world of parenthood, you should identify your strengths and weaknesses to help make you a better parent.

No parent wants to “get it wrong” or see their adult child on the news at the center of a scandal. Today’s children have extra pressures and are under the lights of scrutiny more than any other generation.

Every parent asks “What is the right thing to do in this situation?” and gets caught up in the details. For example:

  • Can you spoil a child by holding him?
  • What are the top 5 traits to instill in children?
  • What actually is a parent?
  • Should you raise all the children in a family the same?

Pat admits to making parenting mistakes. Her shortcomings will now be your successes. She shares her experiences so you don’t make the same ones.

From the first page of Now You Know What I Know: Parenting Wisdom of a Grandmother Pat’s passion for parenting shines through.

This essential handbook for parents and parents-to-be helps you understand what it means to raise the next generation of leaders, thinkers, artists and innovators with love and common sense.

Pat wrote her own personal story of parenthood, not a book on child psychology. She drew from her own life experiences and the life experiences of others around her.

When she set out on the journey to make a difference with this book, her desire was that this book helps young parents and anyone considering parenthood, with some of the difficult times and choices they face.

You are encouraged to use this information to analyze your parenting skills and to guide you in this exciting adventure.

The job of parent is not just simply to rear children. It’s a far more important duty than just providing food, water, shelter and help with homework. You are raising the next generation of adults that will one day run this crazy world.

“Like having your grandmother right there so you can ask her questions anytime”

Re-awaken your mommy passion. Learn how to take time everyday to enjoy your children.

Enjoy Pat’s Pithy Pointers for some tips on how to avoid saying the wrong thing when emotions are running their highest.

This amazing guide is like sitting around the kitchen table having a conversation over cocoa with your grandma. It’s not the typical “How-To.” This book goes deeper—to finding meaning and joy in life and in being a parent

The greatest adventure in your life is about to begin. Pat shares with you her parenting successes that you can use.

The National Parenting Publications Award (NAPPA)  winning author says “As you go through your parental lives, sometimes events will happen that will stop you in your tracks. At those times, you will realize you have done a good job as a parent.”

One click and you receive immediate access to a life time of wisdom. Order your copy of Now You Know What I Know: Parenting Wisdom of a Grandmother by Pat Montgomery NOW!

Great Gift Idea Moms of all ages!


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