About this book
Part feminist manifesto, part hilarious rant, Daisy asks modern mothers to STOP TAKING IT ALL SO SERIOUSLY. And maybe along the way, they'll start to feel a bit better about themselves.
Mothering skills have never been so scrutinised, measured, judged, discussed and disapproved of before... Waugh adds a dusting of reality and covers topics such as breast pumps, other children, sleepovers and swearing, bearing in mind the truth that mothers are people too, and deserve their own lives. Waugh writes a weekly column in the "Sunday Times Magazine".
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