New book captures the essence of motherhood through rhyme

I have thought about writing a parenting book for a long time, and toyed with various ideas for expressing my views.

The format I kept coming back to was poetry.

I have always enjoyed creating rhymes, and often find myself composing verse in my head. I felt compiling a bunch of short poems on the various aspects of motherhood would resonate best with my audience.

How Can I Sleep With A Butt In My Face: And Other Poems For Moms (available on Amazon), is a book for mothers in every stage of their journey, but has a particular focus on the stage from birth to school age.

Poem titles include:

  • Anything But A Vegetable
  • My Walls Are A Museum
  • Kids Are Gross
  • Postpartum Pain

and many more.

Coming in at under 50 pages, and sized just right to insert in a gift basket, this book makes a great gift for moms-to-be, new moms, mom friends, or for yourself or your partner.

How Can I Sleep With A Butt In My Face is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle format.

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