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MOM'S NIGHT OUT: BEBE DAY BY DAY BOOK PARTY

Feb 13, 2013
Pamela Druckerman Bebe Day By Day

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Pamela Druckerman author of Bébé Day By Day. Image courtesy of Leslie Fandrich

Laura Mayes Sarah Bryden-Brown Laura Rossi

Hosts Laura Mayes and Sarah Bryden-Brown of Go Mighty and Laura Rossi of Laura Rossi Public Relations

Barbosa Kallman Sheri Silver

Writers Isabel Barbosa Kallman of Alpha Mom and Sheri Silver of Donuts, Dresses and Dirt.

Jill Vaughn Melissa Pia Bossola Beese

Blogger Jill Vaughn of Terra Savvy and Melissa Pia Bossola Beese owner of Little P'nuts, a natural toy subscription company

Natalie Holbrook Gretchen Rubin

Blogger Natalie Holbrook of Nat the Fat Rat and Gretchen Rubin author of The Happiness Project

Stacie Billis Jessica Shyba Susan Brinson

Bloggers Stacie Billis of One Hungry Mama, Jessica Shyba of Momma’s Gone City and Susan Brinson of House of Brinson

Pamela Druckerman Bebe Day by Day

The party was sprinkled with advice from the book. It sparked great conversations among the guests! Read some favorites in the next few slides. Which ones do you agree with?

Pamela Druckerman Bebe Day by Day
Pamela Druckerman Bebe Day by Day
Pamela Druckerman Bebe Day by Day
Pamela Druckerman Bebe Day by Day

The fabulous food was made by Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell of Brooklyn Supper.

Mom's Night Out: Bebe Day by Day Book Party

Last night, Penguin Press and Go Mighty, an online vision board, hosted an event at Pasanella and Sons to celebrate Pamela Druckerman’s new book, Bébé Day by Day: 100 Keys to French Parenting. It was an evening filled with Champagne, croque monsieurs and chocolate everything. Bébé Day by Day is Druckerman’s follow-up to her wildly successful first book, Bringing Up Bébé, where the American in Paris took a narrative and investigative look at French parenting while raising her kids in the City of Light. The former Wall Street Journal reporter’s observations of calm French parents raising gourmet eaters and good sleepers led her to write a book about it. Backed by research and interviews, Druckerman encourages American parents to emulate their French counterparts. But how exactly? With answers in a condensed, easy-to-read guide in Bébé Day by Day. One hundred aspects of parenting are included in the book—from teaching your children patience, getting your children to like broccoli, to sleep training, and yes, even recipes. Read our review here and click through the slideshow for the photo recap of the fun-filled evening. Oh la la! Sharon Beesley