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Hard Labor: Hilarious Real-Life Stories About the Things Mena and Women Do During Pregnancy--From Conception to That First Dirty Diaper!

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The experts who created Beyond Putting the Toilet Seat Down return with hilarious true stories of pregnancy and delivery--from driving through McDonald's on the way to the hospital to fielding passes at the nursery window. Original. IP.
Paperback, 141 pages
Published October 28th 1994 by Armchair Press (first published October 1994)
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Mayda
May 29, 2012 Mayda rated it liked it
Shelves: nonfiction, humor
The authors claim these tales are true and they very well may be, but I hope that any father-to-be takes heed not to emulate the actions of most these dads. This includes the dad who neglected to gas up the car and tried to siphon some gas out of the lawn mower for the trip to the hospital, the one who parked on the eleventh floor of the parking garage and told his in-labor wife that the exercise would be good for her, and the one who dropped off his wife at the hospital to give birth while he p ...more
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