The next time little Susie asks mommy why she has bandages all over her face and a brand new torso, she can just read a new book written by a plastic surgeon called “My Beautiful Mommy.” According to nysun.com:
A Bal Harbour, Fla., plastic surgeon has written “My Beautiful Mommy, which explains cosmetic surgery to school-age children. The story focuses on a teddy bear-clutching little girl whose mother is about to go in for a nose job and a tummy tuck.
“Kids tend to associate a doctor’s visit with being sick, Dr. Salzhauer, a father of four, said. “They come in with this puzzled look on their face and ask questions like, “Is mommy dying?’
I’m so glad someone is taking the time to sit down and teach children about all the positive aspects of plastic surgery. Someone should’ve given this book to Jocelyn Wildenstein’s offspring. Ya know, just to allay their fears and let them know that plastic surgery always turns out great.