After a year or so, reading the same books over and over can get old, especially the baby books that don't have a lot going on. Like "I love cupcakes!", or "Big, versus small!", "Yellow!". I always picture those writers coming up with new ideas for their next baby book and how they may pitch it to their publishers.
Baby Book Writer: "Hey! I wrote a new baby book! It is about 5 pages long and it is about all the things a little baby loves, such us ice cream, family and cupcakes".
Editor: "I think this can be a huge hit, how did you even come up with that ingenious idea?".
Baby Book Writer: "Well, I am a mom myself!".
Editor: "That makes total sense".
What a great idea to write my very own Baby Book Series, right? (right?).
The first one is about a Very Hungry, Frumpy Mom. Read on:
Mom was trying to lose the baby weight, but dieting was making her very hungry. Her fashion choices weren't helping either.
On Monday, Baby refused to eat her Cheerios for breakfast. So Mom ate all the leftovers, despite having just finished her piece of toast.
On Tuesday, Baby decided she wasn't really into oatmeal. Mom was quick and ate it all without any regrets.
By Wednesday, Mom was definitely not losing any baby weight.
On Thursday, baby was eating meatballs. But... they were too delicious to pass on, so none were left for Mom. Mom had to cook a few for herself, and also added some rice and parmesan cheese for good measure.
By Friday, Mom was certainly not losing any baby weight. So Mom decided to eat a nice big green smoothie and felt much better.
The green smoothie diet was definitely doing wonders to her bod, so she decided to keep it up for two more weeks, in addition to taking spinning classes.
Then she went on a shopping spree and got a few items on sale. She also got a keratin treatment and a mani/pedi.
But now, she wasn't hungry anymore and the frumpy old mom days were long behind.
She had turned into... well... (certainly not a butterfly)... not entirely hot, but hey, this is hard work, you guys. Maybe we need a few more months.
*All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.