Bonnie Announces Book Release: The Ultimate Parenting Survival Guide
Chicago, IL – Bonnie, a product recall monitoring service, today announced the launch of a new book, The Ultimate Parenting Survival Guide: Your Definitive List of Every Parenting Hack You Want, written by company founders Chris LoPresti and Matt LoPresti. It is available for purchase in paperback and ebook formats on Amazon.com.
This guide serves as a comprehensive yet practical resource for parents, grandparents, and anyone who is required to care for children. The book is organized into easy-to-follow sections, such as traveling hacks, organizational ideas, and general parenting tips. There is also a section on certain age parenting menstruation, including infants / babies, toddlers, and school-age children.
“Let’s face it: being a difficult parent Between catching up on all the sleep lost from baby to toddler years – checking your whole house to run kids to and from school and everything else that goes along the way, it’s hard to keep your head fixed on the water, “says writer Matt LoPresti” To make things a little easier to handle, we have done extensive research to find out what other parents do to save time, keep all the ball in the air, and keep their sanity at the same time. ”
The Ultimate Parenting Survival Guide was created after extensive research by the Bonnie team to identify some of the most creative and useful parenting suggestions. The contents are sourced from new parents and veterans alike with the goal of making all nanny life just a little easier.
Bonnie is a product memory monitoring system that automatically notifies you if the item you purchased has been withdrawn or has harmed other consumers.
In 2016 alone, more than 900 million products – toys, furniture, appliances, cars, food, medicines – were withdrawn by their producers due to safety concerns. Unfortunately, only a small portion of the goods are recalled / replaced / disposed of, and many of them continue to live in unsuspecting family homes. Checking every microwave, stroller, ice cream tub, bottle, etc., one by one, continuously, will be a full-time job as well as possible, and the worst is not even possible for a single human being.