Confessions of a Crummy Mummy - The Baby Years (Paperback)
  • Confessions of a Crummy Mummy - The Baby Years (Paperback)

Confessions of a Crummy Mummy - The Baby Years (Paperback)

Paperback 248 Pages
Published: 16/11/2021
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Unashamedly oversharing the truth about the first year

Confessions of a Crummy Mummy - The Baby Years by parenting blogger and accidental mum of four Natalie Brown (@confessionsofacrummymummy) is the literary equivalent of the tea and toast you're handed after giving birth: warm, reassuring and you can't help but want more!

An antidote to the traditional parenting manual, the telling-it-how-it-is parenting memoir lifts the lid on a subject the hugely successful genre of telling-it-how-it-is parenting memoirs has yet to touch on: giving birth during a global pandemic. And let's just say giving birth during a global pandemic was not in the birth plan!

An easy-to-digest and quick-paced list-style format offers a collection of witty and brutally honest confessions time-poor mums can dip in and out of and back into again. Starting with the birth and what really happens to your lady bits after pushing a human being out of your foo-foo, chapters are split into confessions on subjects including breastfeeding, weaning, home schooling and washing - and what happens when you find yourself doing it all in the middle of a global pandemic.

The light-hearted and entertaining confessions are peppered with heartfelt thoughts, frustrations, and home truths about the first year that every mum will relate to, making the book a perfect gift and must-read for all new (and not so new) mamas feeling like they're doing too many things and none of them well.

Publisher: Filament Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9781913623609
Number of pages: 248


"A tell-it-how-it-is mum must read. An acutely honest, sharp, witty, and perceptive dive into the realities of modern motherhood. A light-hearted and comforting reminder that we're all in this together."; "A joyous account of becoming a mum of four that every parent will be able to relate to. It's full of laughter and love but doesn't shy away from telling the sometimes brutal truth about pregnancy, childbirth and parenting."; "From the madness of the Tupperware perfect weaning we think is required to the horrors that were home schooling, there's something everyone can relate to whether you have one child or six."

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