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The Three-Martini Family Vacation

A Field Guide to Intrepid Parenting

By Christie Mellor

5-1/2 x 7-1/2 in; 144 pp;
15 images
Paperback
April 2007
ISBN 9780811857338
ISBN10 0811857336

SKU# 9780811857338

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Chill the glasses! The author of the wildly successful Three-Martini Playdate is back with more irreverent and useful advice about life with children. Wickedly funny essays offer helpful advice on harnessing the energy of toddlers-gone-wild: on vac...
The Three-Martini Family Vacation


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The Three-Martini Family Vacation

Chill the glasses! The author of the wildly successful Three-Martini Playdate is back with more irreverent and useful advice about life with children. Wickedly funny essays offer helpful advice on harnessing the energy of toddlers-gone-wild: on vacation, out to dinner, even just when grandmother stops by for a visit. Parents will relearn the art of traveling, socializing, and eating out like adults . . . sometimes with well-behaved children in tow. In dozens of short, kicky chapters like Cocktail Parties: Actually for Grown-ups! and The Theme Park Vacation: A Last Resort, Christie Mellor gently reminds parents that family vacations can truly be fun.

 

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5-1/2 x 7-1/2 in; 144 pp;
15 images
Paperback
April 2007
ISBN 9780811857338
ISBN10 0811857336
Christie Mellor, author of The Three-Martini Playdate, is a writer and actress. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two always-angelic sons.

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Good parenting

Good parenting

10/11/11| Guinevere Harrison
I don't have kids. And I don't drink. (Damn migraines.) But several of my friends do have kids. And drink. So I like giving them this book, because the title alone pretty much summarizes what I think parenting must be like. I mean, just watching my friends try to corral their children in any given location (beach, store, restaurant, whatever) makes me want to drink. I can't imagine traveling with them. I'm getting a migraine just thinking about it.
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