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Pregnancy Sucks for Men: What to do when your miracle makes you both miserable Paperback – September 18, 2011
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From Publishers Weekly
This follow-up to Kimess first book, Pregnancy Sucks, written with Kimess husband and targeted to men who may bear witness to a sucky pregnancy, features a large, hairy, presumably male tummy on the cover. Those who dont find the image amusing probably wont enjoy the humor in this survival manual. The Kimeses make a valid pointalthough it isnt socially acceptable to complain about the vagaries of gestation, it can be a difficult process fraught with pain of the physical and emotional kindbut their approach to dealing with these challenges may be a bit off-putting: "your wife should be treated like any other savage creature ready to attack." Snarky comments aside, the book does provide useful information. In addition to explaining how a womans body changesand the baby growswith each month, the book includes worksheets ("How Much Does it Cost to Raise a Baby?"), suggestions ("Must-Have Things for the Delivery Room"), a list of pregnancy-related terms and a resources section.
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About the Author
Joanne Kimes is the creator of the bestselling Sucks series. A former writer for a number of children's and comedy television shows, she has appeared on The Today Show and her books have been covered in countless media outlets. Joanne, her husband Jeff Kimes, and their daughter live in Los Angeles, California.
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I dig it.
*The title gives you the vibe for the book. If you dont want a sarcastic, funny, sometimes disgusting book...buy something else.