‘Last night I was the tooth fairy, this morning I am the school teacher, by teatime I will be Mummy again…’ As Sheila Bridge sets out to record a year in the life of her family, trying to work out just what life is all about soon becomes a recurrent theme. Amid the dilemmas & delights of family life, she resolves that if she is to do anything this year it should be to learn as much as she can from her kids…All who read this honest, humorous & delightful book will recognise in its pages the common experiences of family life: early mornings & broken nights, pet dilemmas & peer pressures, haphazard holidays & parents’ evenings, moving house & wobbly teeth. The author’s spiritual journey winds its way through all the uncertainties & upheavals, & we discover that perhaps there is a plan behind them after all. SHEILA BRIDGE is a writer, columnist & speaker, whose full-time vocations include loving her husband & parenting her kids. She is the author of ‘The art of imperfect parenting & the art of plate spinning’.