Thursday, March 11, 2010

Raising Child dress

If books were dresses...

(a weekly post where I create fashionable wear with book cover art)

Raising the Perfect Child
Through Guilt and Manipulation
by Elizabeth Beckwith

Published: 2009

Description from the amazon:
Raising the Perfect Child Through Guilt and Manipulation is not one of those traditional, all-too-earnest parenting guides that, for generations, have sucked all the fun out of child rearing. The foundation of Elizabeth Beckwith's Guilt and Manipulation family philosophy is simple: We do things a certain way, and everyone else is an a**hole.

Is that something you should put on a bumper sticker and slap on your minivan? Of course not—that would be trashy. But in the privacy of your own home, you can employ these essential components of Guilt and Manipulation to mold the little runts ruthlessly yet effectively into children you won't be embarrassed to admit are yours:

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  1. This silhouette is gorgeous!!

    And thank you again for sharing your know-how with me! I have your emailed saved in my golden folder. I am short on time....grrr!!! Hawaii has Furlough Fridays and so most Fridays school kids dont have school.... so I supplement my daughters work that day. I hate that teacher and education is not priority. *whew* anywho,I hope I get to it soon. I am trying to convince my hubby to follow the directions and then to show me after he;s got it down. But he's not having it.

    ROFLMAO...... Bwahahahahaha!!! The blurb on that book is crazy funny!

  2. That one turned out really pretty! Love it!


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