'Upside of being a parent: pure love. Downside: sh*t on my hands.' Sh*t on My Hands is a pithy commentary on the twists and turns of parenting under-twos. Blunt, humourous and heartfelt in equal measures, it speaks to everyone heading down the baby-raising road. Against the grain of other parenting books and manuals, Sh*t on My Hands offers light and humorous relief for sleep-deprived parents who feel as if they're getting it all wrong.
Broken into chapters for each month of a baby's life, this book takes on everything from bathing, nappy changing, and endless feeding to single parenting and staying sane. Bunny Banyai and Madeleine Hamilton share their high-spirited approach to embracing the challenges of parenting, with many belly laughs along the way. Full of witty, practical and warm-hearted advice, this book will leave every parent with a smile on their face - although there's nothing we can do about the sh*t on your hands.
About the Author
Bunny Banyai and Madeleine Hamilton know all about the realities of parenting. Bunny is a copywriter who lives with her two daughters, her stepdaughter and her partner. Madeleine is a part-time historian specialising in pin-up girls, part-time writer and full-time mother of three. Together they form a dynamic duo, taking all the love and frustration that comes with motherhood, and turning it into witty and practical advice for the modern-day parent.
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was a hilarious book but wish it had a bit more detail on the subject than making a quick funny summary of it all
bought for a young first time parents, suits them well
Number Of Pages: 128
Published: 1st July 2014
Dimensions (cm): 16.2 x 16.1 x 2.0
Weight (kg): 0.34