Jenny Mollen is hovering only slightly above sanity, which is the one quality I require in order to be friends with a mother. This hysterical circus of a book reminds me why we're friends.
Raucous. . . . Mollen employs her singular wit to confront the anxieties of motherhood and finally growing up.
I kind of can’t believe Jenny Mollen is an actual person and not a character—she’s biting, hilarious, surprising, oversharing, and relatable.
With her incomparable wit and acidic wisdom, Jenny now turns her signature perspective to the most terrifying of feminine terrain: motherhood. A generous helping of demented antics and just enough vulnerability to make you cry.