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Sh*t on My Hands: A Down and Dirty Companion to Early Parenthood

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‘Upside of being a parent: pure love. Downside: sh*t on my hands.’ So says Bunny Banyai, one of the two authors of this pithy commentary on the twists and turns of parenting under-twos. Blunt, humorous and heartfelt in equal measures, Sh*t on My Hands speaks to everyone heading down the baby-raising road. While there are many parenting books and manuals out there, few ...more
Hardcover, 120 pages
Published 2014 by Hardie Grant Publishing
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Jul 31, 2015 Caitlin rated it liked it
Okay so I found this in the parenting section of my local library. I read a few funny parenting blogs and I really appreciated the humour of Kaz Cooke when things got pretty sticky in this first year of motherhood. This isn’t a demanding read, which I think is perfect for its target audience. I found most of what they covered was after the horse had bolted for me (with an 11 month old), and there is a mixture of good advice with a lot of “Just messing with you” comments. I just felt it needed to ...more
Jan 31, 2015 Alice rated it it was ok
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I bought this on the strength of the authors blog, and as such was hoping for something a little more anecdotal or clever from two clearly bright and witty ladies. Unfortunately this feels like a collection of smug parenting one-liners, provides a few chuckles but ultimately feels like a novelty gag gift book. I also don't love the whole undercurrent of children being a burden - yes, as a new mother I'm stressed, but I'd feel greater consolation hearing about how awesome and hilarious kids are ...more
Oct 20, 2014 Bronwen rated it it was amazing
Funny and reassuring, not overbearing at all. :)
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