The Payne family has just adopted a roly-poly package of pudge with bright eyes and a sparkling smile. In true sisterly fashion, EJ can't wait to teach baby Faith how to be amazing at everything (just like her big sis!). But when EJ learns that she's losing her role as flower girl to the adorable newcomer in an upcoming wedding, it's almost more than she can handle. Who thought a baby sister was a good idea anyway?
In this final fabulous release in the Diary of a Real Payne series you’ll find yourself ROTFL with EJ’s hilarious adventures with a new little Payne. The Payne family has just adopted a roly-poly package of pudge with bright eyes and a sparkling smile. In true sisterly fashion, EJ can’t wait to teach baby Faith how to be amazing at everything (just like her big sis!). But when EJ learns that she’s losing her role as flower girl to the adorable newcomer in an upcoming wedding, it’s almost more than she can handle. In classic EJ form, she dreams up even more fantastic adventures for herselfpromising colossal fun as you become part of her daydreams in Oh Baby!
Annie Tipton made up her first story at the ripe old age of two when she asked her mom to write it down for her. (Hey, she was just two—she didn't know how to make letters yet!) Since then she has read and written many words as a student, newspaper reporter, author, and editor. Annie loves snow (which is a good thing because she lives in Ohio), wearing scarves, sushi, Scrabble, and spending time with friends and family.
Diary of a Real Payne Book 3 picked up right where book 2 left off and oh boy, I'm so glad it did! This book got my attention right away and it kept it. It was funny. It was adorable. It was educational. I think that's the charm of this series. I've read two of the three, and I have been impressed each time. Of course, I now want this collection. I encourage you to read it. You will grow to love this super special family in a very big way.
I really liked Diary of a Real Payne Book 3: Oh Baby! because, like the last two, EJ is as silly, imaginative, and unsophisticated as ever, while she still praises and learns about God. I think EJ relates to a lot of us, because, like she says: "I'm a lot like Anne Shirley. Well-meaning but accident prone." I think we all think like this at one point!
The book was outstanding and it definitely made me (as always, with EJ) want more!