Six Books About Motherhood That Don’t Suck
I’m all about squishy emotional writing, but sometimes you have to know that there are moms out there who have had their high heels pooped in by a toddler too. And with that, I present you with six novels about motherhood that don’t suck:
Attention all potty-mouthed, cheap-wine-drinking mothers: Prepare to meet your match. Any bad thought you’ve had about your kids, Nicole Knepper has had worse. Much worse. It’s not that she doesn’t love her kids. It’s that she understands what a mind-f*?% it can be to try to civilize those wild little beasts.
I Just Want to Pee Alone
by Anna Luther
I Just Want to Pee Alone is a collection of hilarious essays from 37 of the most kick ass mom bloggers on the web. Including: People I Want to Punch in the Throat, Insane in the Mom-Brain, The Divine Secrets of a Domestic Diva, Baby Sideburns, and Rants From Mommyland.
Ketchup Is A Vegetable: And Other Lies Moms Tell Themselves
by Robin O’Bryant
If you don’t have anything nice to say about motherhood, then… read this book. Robin O’Bryant offers a no holds barred look at the day to day life of being a mother to three, running a household and the everyday monotony of parenting.
Sh*tty Mom: The Parenting Guide for the Rest of Us
by Karen Moline
Sh*tty Mom is the ultimate parenting guide, written by four moms who have seen it all. As hilarious as it is universal, each chapter presents a common parenting scenario with advice on how to get through it in the easiest and most efficient way possible.
Raising the Perfect Child Through Guilt and Manipulation
by Elizabeth Beckwith
Popular actress and stand-up comedienne Elizabeth Beckwith gives us the parenting guide to end all parenting guides: Raising the Perfect Child through Guilt and Manipulation is a riotously irreverent take on contemporary child rearing.
How to Traumatize Your Children: 7 Proven Methods to Help You Screw Up Your Kids Deliberately and with Skill
by Bradley R. Hughes
This groundbreaking instructional volume teaches you how to give your children the lifelong gifts of mental and emotional damage. Whether you employ the same ruinous techniques your parents used or try out an entirely new approach, you re bound to succeed!