About PACI

PACI or Parents Against Childhood Illnesses was created with the release of the book Moms, Monsters, Media & Margaritas as an organization to raise awareness and money for different charities for childhood illnesses and diseases. With the launch of the book Moms, Monsters, Media & Margaritas in June 2014, 20% of book sales go towards a selected children's charity. Every 30-60 days a new charity or organization is selected. During that time PACI shares information, personal stories, and links on its site and all media platforms to help raise awareness, and 20% of all book sale profits during that time is donated to the selected charity. During that time, other small businesses may also agree to raise awareness and money by donating an agreed portion of their sales for that time frame to the charity sponsored by PACI at that time. In exchange that business will be featured and advertised on here on PACI's website and media platforms during that time, and over time a page will be created that lists all charities, businesses involved, and funds raised.

PACI is originally envisioned as a place for parents from all walks of life to come together in the fight against childhood diseases and illnesses. If you have your own sales business, your own website or book, or a charity you care about please free to email me at glennbabies@gmail.com to see how you can be a part of the PACI Fund Project.

For those that are unfamiliar with Moms, Monsters, Media, & Margaritas it is a book that provides a humorous and inspirational look at modern day motherhood in our 21stCentury digital world. Our children are not only the first to grow up in this new digital age, but we are the first to enter motherhood in this new age. This is not a how to or advice book about motherhood; it is not going to tell you how to mother or what type of mother you should be. Much of what you come to expect from the posts on A & N you will find in this book with chapters about letting supermom go, the chaos of trying to balance it all, the monster of mommy guilt, the media frenzy of the mommy wars, embracing imperfection in ourselves and our children, the mother to do list of the bedroom with a look at marriage after motherhood, taking time for ourselves and time to just be mommy, a journey to the girl we were to the woman we become in motherhood, and last a look at the myth of happily ever after. It’s a book you don’t have to read front to back but can read at your leisure and return to your favorite chapters that resonate with you.  The print copy can be purchased here and the Kindle version here or the Nook version here.


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