Jen Singer, the Internet's favorite Momma, gives hilarious, straight-from-the-hip advice for surviving the first year of motherhood
You're so sleep deprived that you can't muster up the energy to shave both legs on the same day, and the only grown-up you've talked to all day is Oprah. You're looking forward to taking the baby to the pediatrician, because after all, it's an outing! And you think colic should be a four-letter word. Don't worry. Seasoned mom and Internet favorite Jen Singer has been there. She shows moms like you how to find the humor and the help they need for surviving the expected and the unexpected during Baby's first year. Plus, she's gathered insights, coping tips, and valuable perspective from the thousands of moms who visit MommaSaid.net every day. With Stop Second-Guessing YourselfBaby's First Year, readers will find new ways to embrace the roller-coaster of new parenthood, and enjoy the laughs along the way.
Stop Second-Guessing YourselfBaby's First Year includes humorous sidebars, self-quizzes, and real-life anecdotes from moms who have endured the new-baby trenches.
|Publisher:||Health Communications, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Jen Singer is the mother of two boys, hostess of the frat house for fifth-graders, and the author of the Stop Second-Guessing Yourself parenting series and You're a Good Mom (and Your Kids Aren't So Bad Either). She has written for or served as a resource in various media outlets, including The New York Times, The CBS Evening News, CBS The Early Show, Good Day New York, Parents TV, USA Today, Newsweek, The Washington Post, Associated Press, Good Housekeeping.com, American Baby, Parenting, Parents and more. She is the creator of MommaSaid.net, the back fence of the Internet and a Forbes Best of the Web. She is the creator of "Please Take My Children to Work Day," an annual holiday for stay-at-home moms which has been officially proclaimed by governors nationwide.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Most of this book was good advice, but a lot of the fears and anxiety seemed to not apply to me because I wasn't a tough as nails over-achiever.