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Overview Between the years of childbearing and grandparenting, a woman has a lot to juggle! Bestselling author Barbara Johnson shows how the road from marriage to menopause is filled with more than a few potholes . . . but provides women with more than enough hope and humor to make it through the journey.
Grab your giggle box Here comes Barbara Johnson with another helping heap of joy for women of all ages, aches, and "architecture."
Author Barbara Johnson's encouraging book about a woman's adventures in aging, "Living Somewhere Between Estrogen and Death," became the number-one best-selling paperback in the Christian market for the year in which it was published. Soon hordes of happy readers were flooding Barbara's mailbox with their own favorite jokes, touching stories, and hilarious tales of female misadventures.
Now Barb has packed that amazing collection of wacky wit into this boisterously funny new book that's full of "laff leaks" about "every" stage of a woman's life―from diapers to dentures. No matter what stage of the "hormonal cesspool" you're splashing through, there's something here to touch your heart. You'll love Barb's quirky empty-nest de-cluttering strategies, her joyful insights on stress-soothing, husband-handling, kid-corralling, and parent-parenting in chapters like these:
Having a Baby Is Like Writing a Book―Lots of Whining, Begging, and Pushing
Who Are These Kids, and Why Are They Calling Me Mom?
I Finally Got My Head Together―Then My Body Fell Apart
We Started Out With Nothing―and Still Have Most of It Left
"Leaking Laffs Between Pampers and Depends" is a heart-warming ride over the waves of humor in God's endless sea of love.
Citations And Professional Reviews Leaking Laffs Between Pampers And Depends by Barbara Johnson has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Beyond the Cover Author Interv - 03/01/2000 page 9
Publishers Weekly - 04/10/2000 page 92
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.41" Width: 5.44" Height: 0.54" Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Release Date Mar 21, 2000
Publisher Thomas Nelson
ISBN 0849937051 ISBN13 9780849937057
Availability 146 units. Availability accurate as of Nov 19, 2017 03:01.
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More About Barbara Johnson
Barbara Johnson's (1927-2007) books have sold millions of copies. Founder of the nonprofit Spatula Ministries, she delivered comforting, humor-filled messages across the country as a popular conference speaker and part of the "Women of Faith" tour.
Barbara Johnson lived in La Habra, in the state of California. Barbara Johnson died in 2007 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Spatula Ministries.
Barbara Johnson has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Leaking Laffs Between Pampers And Depends?
Depends Review Nov 3, 2000
This book will pull you in from the first page. Look for a letter from Martha Stewart to Erma Bombeck and the return letter from Erma to Martha, also find out about some Barbie Dolls new on the market. This author has a great sense of humor, even when dicussing serious matters. She makes you smile at yourself and when that happens, healing and learning occur. Thanks, Barbara.
I thought this book was going to be about women's wrestling! Jul 12, 2000
Despite the scatalogical references in the title this was a Christian book in the end. Mrs. Johnson is not afraid to make herself the butt of the joke, and most of her stories were a gas. Though not fine literature, this book definitely deserves a number two. I'm grateful she felt that sharing these stories was her Christian duty.
But when, oh when, will she write about her experiences as a female wrestler? Barb, don't be shy!
Hillarious! Apr 1, 2000
This book is a great, hilarious book. The stories are realy good. The only problem is that it is too short!