Former "Jersey Shore" star Snooki might only have a few months of parenting under her belt, but she apparently is working on a parenting advice book. There's no official word of the project, but the pint-sized reality star hinted at it on Twitter.
"@Snooki needs to write a pregnancy book!" on fan tweeted to the star on Feb. 10.
"In the process! Lol" Snooki tweeted back.
We can't imagine what sort of advice Nicole Polizzi would give, other than how to change a baby's diapers with fake nails. However, she does seem to be a doting mom to baby Lorenzo, so it might end up being chalk full of fun information her fans need.
In the mean time, we have plenty of other advice from celeb moms to tide us over.
"Big Bang Theory" star Mayim Bialik is a big fan of attachment parenting - a child-rearing style that focuses on a close relationship between mother and child. She's such a proponent of the method that she wrote a book on it.
Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way is Bialik's way of bringing the style to the mainstream.
"I think that every parent feels overwhelmed and is trying to figure out the 'best' way," she told CelebrityBabyScoop in 2012, adding that it's not necessary to have independent children. "I think that we're finally seeing a lot of scientific research supporting that being close to your baby, fostering that attachment, and surrounding yourself with a community of people that supports that, is beneficial for the child and for the parent."
Who knew actress Goldie Hawn wrote a parenting book? Well, Kate Hudson's mom did - and apparently it's pretty good. 10 Mindful Minutes gets a surprisingly rave review from one of her children's former tutors - and the tutor wasn't a fan of Hawn.
GreatSchools.org editor Carol Lloyd wrote that the book was full of Hawn patting herself on the back, "but, for all its flaws, Hawn... (has) created one of the most thoughtful parenting books in circulation."
"The Game" actress Tia Mowry had one goal when writing a parenting book: Make it feel like a party. The actress wrote Oh, Baby as a way to look at the fun side of pregnancy - none of that mommy guilt new moms feel.
"I think with a lot of pregnancy books, it all came from a medical standpoint, and you were missing the fun, kind of girlfriend approach," she told People last year. "You don't want to be constantly reminded of all the bad things that can possibly go on through your pregnancy. You want to feel empowered."
Would you take parenting advice from Snooki - or any other celebrity?
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