Anyone who has ever given birth knows that a mother’s worrying is never done. And today, with competitive parenting at fever pitch, women are bombarded with more conflicting advice and things to worry about than ever. This hilarious book—by a mom, for moms—is a fun gift for the discerning mother who is willing to laugh at herself and those around her, covering everything from nutrition ("Does pesto count as one of my toddler’s five a day?") to playtime ("My four-year-old daughter has an imaginary friend called Neil. Should I be concerned?") Packed with features, lists, and illustrations, it’s a welcome slice of light relief from all the panicking moms are expected to do these days.
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Francesca Hornak has been a writer at Sunday Times Style Magazine since 2010, writing social commentary pieces including her satirical column History of the World in 100 Modern Objects. She has also written for Grazia, Stylist, Elle, the Guardian, Marie Claire, and Mother & Baby Magazine.
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