The short chapters either recount specific stories from the front lines "the day we caught our kids looking at their butt holes, or words of wisdom "5 things I Never Should Have Said To My Pregnant Wife, warnings, " "She Sent Me to the Store for Feminine Hygiene Products" or take the form of lists--numbered observations, " "10 Contradictions That Make Me Want to Run From My Minivan And Into The Woods".
This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Parenting. Marriage. Madness #ad - Clint edwards has no idea what he's doing raising the son and two daughters he has with his loving and ever patient wife, Mel. If you are a parent, husband, wife, or thinking about any of these roles, this book is for you. Sometimes all three at the same time.
I'm Sorry...Love, Your Husband: Honest, Hilarious Stories From a Father of Three Who Made All the Mistakes and Made up for ThemPage Street Publishing #ad - Owning up to all his mishaps and dumbassery, the trauma of taking a toddler shopping, including: stupid things he’s said to his pregnant wife, Edwards shares essays on just about every topic fellow spouses and parents can appreciate, revelations on buying a minivan and the struggle to not fight the nosy neighbor who is five years old.
. Marriage and kids are no joke he may not win father of the year, scary mommy and Good Morning America—thanks to his candor and irreverence when it comes to raising kids, but Clint Edwards has won the hearts of thousands— including the New York Times, being married and learning from his mistakes. Clint’s funny, heartwarming account of the terrifying yet completely rewarding life of a parent is a breath of fresh air.
I'm Sorry...Love, Your Husband: Honest, Hilarious Stories From a Father of Three Who Made All the Mistakes and Made up for Them #ad - Each essay in I’m Sorry. Love, your husband will have you thinking finally, someone gets it. He describes parenting as “a million different gears turning in a million different directions, all of them covered in sour milk. In this inspiring and unconventional book of essays, he sheds light on the darker yet hilarious side of domestic life.
Clint has three children: Tristan the know it all, Norah the snarky princess, and Aspen the worst roommate ever.
Silence is a Scary Sound: And Other Stories on Living Through the Terrible Twos and ThreesPage Street Publishing #ad - And all the ways he can finally exact his revenge. I’d written for the New York Times. Love, your husband, clint edwards has more laugh-out-loud tales, this time from the “terrible twos” and “threenager” phases each of his kids went through. I had a solid credit score. Like leaving a leaky sippy cup full of milk to rot under the back seat of his daughter’s car, or waking up at 4 a.
Silence is a Scary Sound: And Other Stories on Living Through the Terrible Twos and Threes #ad - M. And threes. I’d gone to college. His relatable toddler stories leave parents and caregivers cackling, and remind us all that no one is the perfect parent. With essays like locking doors is hilarious until the fire department arrives, and face it—You’ll Never Pee Alone, Dad’s Never the Favorite, Poop Doesn’t Go Easily Down a Tub Drain, Clint knows exactly what’s “terrible” about the twos .
To incessantly ask his son for a cheese stick. In fact, sometimes the only thing that gets Clint through the day is thinking about when his kids grow up. How did i end up here? After his breakout hit book I’m Sorry.
The Mother of All MeltdownsMommiFried Press (Blue Lobster Book Co.) #ad - You’ll chuckle or cringe with recognition, and it’s a thoughtful, amusing read for the weary. Robin gorman Newman, Founder, MotherhoodLater. Com, associate producer, motherhood out Loud, at some point, and author, How to Marry a MenschEvery mother, inevitably becomes her own worst enemy. If you’re a mom, you’ve definitely earned it.
At times, they are so far from angelic, they make Attila the Hun look like Mother Teresa. So pour yourself a glass of wine, curl up in your favorite comfy chair, and enjoy a little motherly mayhem on us. Parenting, is celebrated, warts and all, questioned, and laid bare. Every mom reading will come away feeling like she has thirty new girlfriends who just "get it"! All moms deserve the laughter and validation The Mother of All Meltdowns delivers!” ~ Lisa and Ashley, a.
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Be prepared to laugh, cry, and have your mouth fall open in disbelief.
But Did You Die?: Setting the Parenting Bar Low I Just Want to Pee Alone Book 5Throat Punch Media, LLC #ad - You're welcome. Featuring the writing of:jen mann of people I Want to Punch in the Throat™Elizabeth ArgyropoulosKim BongiornoJulie BurtonJoel RyanJeff Vrabel. It is a collection of terrible but also kind of good parenting advice from some of the funniest moms and dads on the 'net plus that one super helpful childless friend we all have who loves to tell us we're parenting wrong.
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Only Trollops Shave Above the Knee: The Crazy, Brilliant, and Unforgettable Lessons We've Learned from Our MothersBlue Lobster Book Co. #ad - Although they may at times seem a little faulty, cook like Julia Child, our mothers and motherly figures could drive like Andretti, and shake someone up like an Italian mobster. Some of the tales will make you laugh; some will make you cry; and a few will leave you questioning how we ever survived our childhoods, let alone learn a few lessons.
The same women who breathe life into our limbs also smother us with their ominous, clever, and oh-so celebrated words—life lessons taught in the blink of an eye. There are the extraordinary one-liners: When you get to be my age, you’ll understand. We’ve survived and thrived, and never forgotten their enlightening words.
Only Trollops Shave Above the Knee: The Crazy, Brilliant, and Unforgettable Lessons We've Learned from Our Mothers #ad - And the hilarious side-pokers: Always wear clean underwear. We were listening after all. Now sit up straight! Don’t eat yellow snow. Because i said so, that’s why. This is especially true if you were told to only remove the fuzz from one-half of your legs when you were just thirteen years old. Only trollops shave above the knee: the crazy, funny, and unforgettable Lessons We’ve Learned from Our Mothers blends more than forty heart-warming, Brilliant, and authentically told stories about the craziness of being reared and raised with the hard-hitting anecdotes that kept our mothers sane.
Then there are those unusual “momisms” that totally mess with the offspring mind.
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As women, dairy-free, please our men, raise the next einstein in a wheat-free, and sugar-free environment, we are constantly inundated with "helpful" and/or "ah-may-zing" tips to improve our looks, and feng shui the crap out of our homes. Whether it's the hot new diet that involves only eating what you can forage from the floor of your minivan, dedicated service before you toss them, bleaching everything from your hair to your teeth to your butt hole, or clearing your clutter by mindfully thanking your ratty underwear for its long, we've all tried something to be more perfect.
I Just Want to Be Perfect I Just Want to Pee Alone Book 4 #ad - We try to strive for perfection and balance in our lives, and most of us fail--spectacularly. These are those stories. Sometimes being a woman sucks.
I Just Want to Be Alone I Just Want to Pee Alone Book 2Throat_punch Books #ad - Not forever or anything like that. Just for an hour … or a day … or a weekend. We want some time to ourselves to read a good book or take a walk or do anything other than try to make a dent in the never ending mound of dirty clothes that keeps piling up on his side of the bed. We just want to be alone. Have you ever felt like you needed some time alone? maybe a little time to yourself?Then get the second volume in the New York Times bestselling I Just Want to Pee Alone series! Don't get us wrong, we love the men in our lives – we do most of the time.
I Just Want to Be Alone I Just Want to Pee Alone Book 2 #ad - All alone. Is that too much to ask? i just want to be alone is a collection of humorous essays from 37 of the most Super Cool Lady Writers you'll find on the web. Including: people i want to punch in the ThroatBaby SideburnsAK TurnerMy Husband Ate All My Ice CreamBad Parenting Moments. Read hilarious essays like:open letter to my son or: your mother’s top 10 list of Ways Not to Be a Douchebag HusbandExploding With Love, LiterallyRomance is OverratedLife With the Thin GuyDear Magnolia, Should I Marry This Man?
It's just that sometimes we would like them to go away.
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Hasn't every mother said it before? “i just want to pee alone!” 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: jen mann of people i want to punch in the Throat™Insane in the Mom-BrainThe Divine Secrets of a Domestic Diva Baby Sideburns Rants From Mommyland.
I Just Want to Pee Alone #ad - Read hysterical essays like:embarrassment, thy name is motherhooda pinterest-perfect mom, i am NotAnd Then There was that Time a Priest Called Me a Terrible MotherSo She Thought She Could Cut Off My StrollerThis is the book that kicked off the New York Times bestselling I Just Want to Pee Alone series of books.
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Including: people i want to punch in the Throat Bad Parenting Moments Let Me Start By Saying The Sh*tastrophy. Featuring essays like: It's Not Pee. You'll laugh or cry, so you might as well laugh. I still just want to pee alone is the third book in the new york times bestselling I Just Want to Pee Alone series! Motherhood is STILL the toughest – and STILL the funniest – job you'll ever love.
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No Such Thing as a Snow Day: A Collection of Reader-Submitted Medical Stories#ad - We also hear more about the not-so-happy side of this industry. First responders share unique baby names, bitter veterans, we hear stories about clueless newbies, and patients with good intentions but bad ideas. Grab a blanket, a mug of hot chocolate, and cozy up in front of the fire to catch up with submissions from people like you!
Volume 19 is here, surgeons, leos, ems/fire, filled with relatable submissions from RNs, techs, folks, registration staff, and patients themselves.