Parenting Advice to Ignore in Art and Life (Hardcover)
From the author of the hit Men to Avoid in Art and Life and Friends to Keep in Art and Life comes a collection of all-too-familiar unsolicited advice parents receive on the daily.
From in-laws and other parents to complete strangers and even your own kids—when it comes to parenting, everyone's a critic. Against the classic backdrop of fine art, bestselling author Nicole Tersigni's Parenting Advice to Ignore in Art and Life pokes fun at the many "experts" who think they know more than you about your own children. Utterly (and unfortunately) relatable and hilarious as ever, Tersigni's spot-on captions provide a much-needed laugh for anyone who has had the pleasure of parenting and the pain of having a stranger tell you to put a hat on your baby.
BESTSELLING AUTHOR: Nicole Tersigni broke the Internet with her first book, the hit success Men to Avoid in Art and Life based on her hysterical Twitter feed. After following up with the whip-smart celebration of female friendships, Friends to Keep in Art and Life, Tersigni is back with a parenting humor book like no other!
A HILARIOUS GIFT FOR MOMS & DADS: Whether gifting for expecting parents, new parents, or experienced parents whose adult children steal their toilet paper on visits home, this book is the perfect present for anyone who's ever had to console a crying baby on a flight while getting side-eyes from childless onlookers.
RELATABLE HUMOR IN ART: These universal pieces of unsolicited advice will make any parent laugh when they need it the most! A winning option for anyone seeking stocking stuffers for women or men or novelty gifts for anyone who appreciates family humor.
- Funny baby shower gift
- Mother's Day or Father's Day gift giving
- New parents seeking much-needed humor in the midst of navigating complete and utter chaos
- Readers who loved Men to Avoid in Art and Life and Friends to Keep in Art and Life
- Followers of Nicole Tersigni's popular Twitter and Instagram accounts
About the Author
Nicole Tersigni is a comedic writer experienced in improv comedy and women's advocacy. She lives in Metro Detroit with her husband, daughter, and two dogs.