Christina-Marie Wright is the sanity-challenged mother of seven children, including a bio child, four full-time stepchildren, and two toddlers who joined her family by way of domestic adoption. She's the publisher of "Gonzo Parenting" zine, author of The Gonzo Mama newspaper column, and blogs at TheGonzoMama.com. Her work has appeared in Hip Mama, Mamaphiles, Reality Mom, Askew Reviews and various other places online and in print.
Everything I Need to Know About Motherhood I Learned from Animal Houseby Christina-Marie Wright, Victoria Wright (Illustrator)
Titles include: How the Phone Thwarted my Birth Control (or Why Disconnecting the Phone is 95% More Effective than Vasectomy), Belts Are the New Lace Panties, Good Fences Make Good Voyeurs, People for the Ethical Treatment of Riflemen, and many, many
Wright delights with this collection of hilarious tales about mothering, marriage, society and being a woman.
Titles include: How the Phone Thwarted my Birth Control (or Why Disconnecting the Phone is 95% More Effective than Vasectomy), Belts Are the New Lace Panties, Good Fences Make Good Voyeurs, People for the Ethical Treatment of Riflemen, and many, many more.
Wright is a modern-day Erma Bombeck with a hip edge and never-fail wit!
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Christina-Marie writes funny. It's a great skill and one I admire. More than that, she makes motherhood and its frustrations bearable, because she helps you laugh. We all have those embarrassing moments, the times when everything seems to be going wrong, the times when we're not sure we're doing the right thing. This book will help you feel better and realize that it's all going to pass and it's probably alright. The essays are short and easy to read quickly, so it's a great book to stash in the bathroom cabinet and grab when you've put yourself in time out and the kids are screaming outside the door. (Who hasn't done that once or twice?) Just pull out the book, read an essay, and you're ready to go back out that door, fortified for another round of parenting.