This book was the first parenting book to be funny, rude and honest, thus re-moulding the parenting genre forever. The button-hole analogy of birth caused many readers to cry laughing. And cry crying.
An international best-seller, it describes what it's REALLY like to become a mother, and how to survive pregnancy and the first year of parenthood, without going completely insane.
Fresh, laugh-out-loud funny and brutally honest - this is the original, sexy guide to modern-day motherhood.
Contains sweary words. Much like the author.
You know the first book I wrote, above? Well, this one is like that, but for siblings and marriage and other fun stuff.
If you liked the first you'll love the second.
If you like neither, I don’t think we’re going to get along.
But that’s OK.
This is the worst book ever written, bar none. It’s so bad, one of the ducks on the cover is trying to walk off it.
If you truly want to experience how gob-smackingly bad it is, I suggest you try and find a copy (there aren't many...) and read it.
If you get to the end, I'll sign it for you. Twice.