Im not sure Im cut out for parenthood. Its not in my plan. All right, I havent actually got a plan, but if I had one, this wouldnt be in it. I dont even like babiesnasty, small, noisy, smelly things that take over your life. But this is a different baby. This is not just a baby; this is our baby
Newlywed Theodora discovers a slight oversight she and Kevin made on their honeymoon. Now shes gained an important new subject for her famous diarybut at such a cost! Tom opened the oven door and got out the most enormous chocolate pudding and placed it on the table in front of me. Especially for you, dear sister, said Ariadne. I swallowed hard a few times then took off for the bathroom. Ariadne looked at Tom and said, I told you so. What? Theodora sick (literally) of chocolate? How will she survive without her favorite food group? Answer: with typical irrepressible humour that finds much to laugh at about marital bliss, faith, friendships, and the foibles of pregnancy. But will she be reunited with her lost love? Never fearTheodora and chocolate cant be separated forever.
Penny Culliford attends her local Anglican church, which bears no resemblance to Saint Norbert's. The author of Theodora's Wedding and Theodora's Diary, she likes chocolate, TV sitcoms, and unexpected acts of kindness. She dislikes celery, stick insects, and people who take themselves too seriously. She lives in Kent, England, with her husband and children.