Moms & Dads of Life

We all have them. Some are tall, some are small, some are fluffy, and some are thin. Some are bald, and some are hairy, some are loud, and some are not. What experience do you have of a time that made you laugh? Did dad break the window with a baseball, and blame it on the dog? Perhaps mom added salt to that pie instead of the sweet white stuff. This is your time to share with your Bookmooch friends what great things are instilled in your mind about your parents.

All I ask is to not to change anyone’s work, or write over it, or cover it up. Keep within the two week time limit, and then post it to have some one else mooch it.

When this journal is full, please send it back to: Debbie Hoggan, Bookmooch ID: hogganclan

Reflections on Parenting

A journal for anyone who wants to share their reflections on parenting. Feel free to add your poems, jokes, artwork, and stories. As we all know, parenting has it’s moments of pride, it’s moments of “pull-your-hair-out insanity”, and even it’s moments of sadness; I want to hear about all of it. Please add your BookMooch ID, the date and time of your entry, and your real name (if you wish) to your page. When you’re done, relist it so that others can add to it.

When the journal is finished, please contact me on my BookMooch account: biwasaki Thanks!


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Celebrating Parents and children

This journal is a celebration of parents and children. Write a letter to your parents or children, create a collage, tell a story, etc. The possibilities are endless. The only requirement is that it pertains to the topic. If you have children, love your parents, love someone else’s children, or want to have a child someday, this is the journal for you. After altering your page or two, please sign with your bookmooch username and your name if you wish, along with the date you completed your artwork, then release it back into the bookmooch community.

Once the book is full please return it to me (BM username childlikefaith).