I must say that I really did enjoy this book. Whilst I was a mother who could not bear to leave her baby and go back to work, I did relate to all the baby/mother issues that arose throughout the story (even though it was many, many years ago for me). Being a mum is tough, whether it's a stay at home mum or a working mum. Each has its own set of problems to navigate without any sets of rules. This book had me chuckling along the way and empathising with George and the other mums. It didn't answer the age-old question of whether a working mum can have it all but showed a lot of the problems that can arise along the way. I did have one issue though (pg 85) where to my horror the word "I" was used incorrectly twice (Nina and I, Ellie and I) when it should have been "me". Everyone now seems to be using it incorrectly verbally but that's no excuse for print and it should definitely have been picked up in the editing process. Ellie didn't lower her voice to speak to I, she lowered it to speak to me, therefore Ellie and me. It's not hard!