From play dates to potty training, from weening to whining or whether to have two, or three, or more! Esther Walker focuses her unique humour on the art of parenting.
Fans of Esther’s blog and journalism, or her bestselling Bad Cook book, will not be disappointed. This is every bit as funny, sweary and just plain honest as you would expect.
Esther offers up her occasional successes and many failures as examples to parents everywhere: look, this is what happens, you’ll just have to deal with it!
Harassed mums and dads will read this and smile, as well as sighing with ‘it isn’t just me’ relief.
Quite a fun, and interesting read.
I like her accounts on many things, and reading it you realise that people don't belive how tired you get until they actually have a small child. How it can send you completly crazy. LOL for the first 3 months of our little one's life, my hubby and i passed on the stairs, one got up, one went to sleep, how the hell we functioned is still a mystery.
The issues of breast v formula. Everyone wants what is best. And at the time I have to say what is best, is whatever suits you at the time.
It covers a few things all new parents should know. and the main things are, you only do what is best for you. Do it your way. Listen to others, take on advice from others, but do Just what is best for you.
There are some great laugh out loud moments. Honest and no nonsense.
It is only a short read, so most people could easy finish this in one sitting.