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Model-turned-author Margo Morrison focuses on joy of parenting in children’s book

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Model-turned-author Margo Morrison focuses on joy of parenting in children’s book

In search of her voice and audience, Morrison began blogging in 2018. This outlet gave her the freedom of creativity and self-expression. From there, she embarked on an even deeper exploration of the literary world. “I discovered different types of writers and the resources that supported them. It was then that I saw how becoming an author could be possible. I was also writing poetry which allowed me to be more expressive in my writing. It gave me an outlet to scribe my feelings and thoughts creatively,” the author shared

They say one of the greatest gifts you can give a child is love. This is the focus of Margo Morrison’s children’s book, which aims to nurture young minds.

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“Children have the biggest capacity for imagination, learning and adventure. I believe that we should nurture [this] and help to keep them for as long as possible. My Happy Baby was inspired by my mother and a dear friend who had given birth to twins during the pandemic. Her babies are so happy, and it was inspiring to see how love can be manifested in a child’s well-being and development,” Morrison told Living .

The children’s book follows the journey of a happy baby who is adored by her parents. They marvel at her growth and development. And it is her parents’ love and care in providing the right environment and early childhood experiences that help her to meet her developmental milestones.

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A former model, Morrison was always an avid reader and spent her teenage years falling in love with English literature. The pastime also became a great bonding activity for her and her sister. “I love to read and have always found comfort, understanding and learning in books. Some of my fondest memories of my childhood were sharing literature books with my sister and listening to my mother recount the stories of her novels,” she explained. With each book shaping her life, she was inspired to pass that positive impact down to the future generation. But, before she found her footing, she had to figure out where to start.

In search of her voice and audience, Morrison began blogging in 2018. This outlet gave her the freedom of creativity and self-expression. From there, she embarked on an even deeper exploration of the literary world. “I discovered different types of writers and the resources that supported them. It was then that I saw how becoming an author could be possible. I was also writing poetry which allowed me to be more expressive in my writing. It gave me an outlet to scribe my feelings and thoughts creatively,” the author shared.

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