"Smartly, brashly, nearly criminally funny...it also carries a powerful message to all parents, but especially moms, that distilled to its essence is this: chill."
"Not often does it happen to me that I open up a "parenting" book and I find myself laughing, nodding and reading-out-loud to anyone who happens to be in the room with me.
"This book will have you in stitches...grab a glass of wine and enjoy--it's the antidote to a rough day on the front lines." (momtrends.com
"Containing personal anecdotes from all four authors about navigating the minefield of motherhood, from scheduling conference calls while the kids are at home to successfully dropping the children off at camp, the no-nonsense tome hopes to help other mothers realize parenting is a challenge for everyone, but humor can help." (People)"If you've having a bad Mom day, yelling at your kids because you're in a foul mood or ducking out during homework time because you'd rather play on your smartphone than tackle sixth grade math all over again, take heart: There are four women out there who know you're not perfect, and they're here to give you a break.
" (NBC Today Moms
About the Author
is an Emmy-nominated writer for CONAN
on TBS, and, as a stand-up comedian, has appeared on CONAN
, Last Comic Standing
, Jimmy Kimmel Live
, and Comedy Central. She lives in Los Angeles with her son. Karen Moline
is a journalist and author who has written more than two dozen nonfiction books, as well as two novels. Karen and her son live in New York City. Alicia Ybarbo
is a four-time Emmy award–winning producer. She has worked on NBC’s TODAY
show since 2000. She lives in New York City with her husband and two children. Three-time Emmy award–winning producer Mary Ann Zoellner
has worked at NBC news for 16 years. She lives in New York City with her husband and two daughters.