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The Flaky Mummy: A Quirky Guide to Surviving Motherhood

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Motherhood is supposedly akin to sainthood—a blissful, happy mother looking adoringly at her smiley, chirpy baby. And not a cocktail in sight. But The Flaky Mummy pulls the truth out from under the carpet—in a world full of dirty diapers, the only salvation is a chilled cocktail!

This book is about the journey of six mothers with their quirky parenting styles:
A Punjabi moth
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Kindle Edition, 166 pages
Published September 1st 2016 by Rupa Publications India
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Arti
Sep 23, 2016 rated it really liked it
What an Idea. To think of writing a book on surviving motherhood through a cocktail guide. And then the different forms of parenting. All this has been written in such a hilarious manner that I was laughing all the way. And when my children asked me the reason, I would say, nothing. How can you read out things to children that they are too small to know.

The language is simple and hilarious and the flow is excellent. The names of the chapters are names of cocktails and the recipe of each cocktail
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Rakhi Jayashankar
Oct 14, 2016 rated it really liked it

'Completion of womanhood is motherhood' this has been a saying going on for centuries. Madhuri Banerjee and Rohini Tiwari through their book flaky mummy shows that motherhood makes a woman nothing but incomplete. Well I didn't mean it to come out that way. The insinuation was that the book shows how a woman's life changes drastically after her delivery.

The book contains the anecdotes of six women wherein they handled their pre and post natal period. The first one is that of a Punjabi mother. He
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