Mom, What Is the Opposite of Guacamole?

A Book of Hilarious and Thoughtful Kids’ Quotes

by Kelly Stone



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/30/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 144
ISBN : 9781480873209
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 144
ISBN : 9781480873216
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 144
ISBN : 9781480873193

About the Book

“Mom, if your stomach was more in and your boobs were more out, you’d look really pretty.” Kids are known for making unfiltered comments at the most inopportune times. Embracing that rollercoaster, this compilation of humorous sayings by children celebrates the loopty-loo of parenting through direct quotes from the mouths of babes. Kelly Stone, stand-up comedian and mother of two, shares the outrageous—and at times oddly insightful—observations and questions she has recorded from her children over the years. As her children contemplate why they can’t just leave third grade and buy a house, whether the Tooth Fairy is really Santa Claus, and why rich people have so many bushes in front of their homes, other parents will find solidarity, commiseration, chuckles, and maybe just a few more reasons why birth control is the greatest invention ever. Mom, What is the Opposite of Guacamole? is a collection of hilarious and astute quotes from children that encourages laughter and provides the comforting knowledge that we are not the only ones whose children ask why there is cake at funerals.

About the Author

Kelly stone is a locally-famous8 sex educator, comedian, and baby momma. she’s performed in the Women in Comedy festival, finished the Texas Water safari, and given a Tedx Talk. she lives with her sons and their foster-fail pup, marveling daily at their insights, wisdom, and curiosities, while savoring the hearty laughs and warm hugs. she’s taught university for many years and travels the country to speak to a variety of health topics, yet she’s still trying to figure out how to keep her kids from smearing greek yogurt on the furniture. To learn more about this author and to bring Kelly stone to your community, organization or campus, please visit: Kelly’s still busy trying to stop her kids when they try to dart across a busy street. if you see them, lend a hand! There’s safety in numbers, and it takes a village.