Parenting is the most profound and life-changing experience we can have as human beings. Perhaps no area is more fertile ground for speculation--what kind of parent do I want to be?--or more perfectly suited for Evelyn McFarlane and James Saywell's provocative questions.
If you could be seven years old again for one whole day, knowing what you know now, how would you spend it? If you were to finish the sentence The best thing about being a parent is . . . , what would you say? If you could undo one thing your parents did, what would it be? If you were asked what the most difficult thing you ever had to explain to your children was, how would you answer? If you were to name the absolute best gift you ever received as a child, what would it be?
As the fifth book in the bestselling If . . . series, Questions for Parents takes America's favorite parlor game to an entirely new level. This collection of 500 original questions is perfect for siblings and family reunions, as well as expectant and new parents. Chal-lenging and astonishing, this book will inspire conversations, stimulate favorite memories, and reveal sides of your friends and family that you never knew existed.