Bring It On, Baby: How to Have a Dudelike Pregnancy

Zoe Williams


Bring It On, Baby: How to Have a Dudelike Pregnancy

Bring It On, Baby: How to Have a Dudelike Pregnancy

  • Title: Bring It On, Baby: How to Have a Dudelike Pregnancy
  • Author: Zoe Williams
  • ISBN: 9780852652053
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Paperback



A refreshingly frank and funny take on motherhood that is not designed to make you feel guilty I have 10 worries, and the first nine are all variations on the theme of labor and Is there really a baby in there, or just some lizards Over the course of the last three years and her first two pregnancies, Zoe Williams has shared her refreshingly forthright insights into impeA refreshingly frank and funny take on motherhood that is not designed to make you feel guilty I have 10 worries, and the first nine are all variations on the theme of labor and Is there really a baby in there, or just some lizards Over the course of the last three years and her first two pregnancies, Zoe Williams has shared her refreshingly forthright insights into impending and new motherhood in her regular Guardian Anti natal column Whether bemoaning the fact that simply being pregnant seemed to give overbearing people the urge to comment on everything she ate, drank, or wore I m drinking coffee and suddenly that makes me an evil mom to be What is wrong with these people or inventing elaborate lies to explain why she was late to take her first born for his injections Perhaps I moved to Italy, but the economic downturn destroyed my prospects and I had to move back her commentary is honest, feisty, and in some cases downright hilarious This book will include new material as well as extracts from the columns, building into an idiosyncratic, individual take on becoming a mom a pregnancy companion with attitude.


Recent Comments "Bring It On, Baby: How to Have a Dudelike Pregnancy"

Recommended pregnancy read for anyone a little intimidated and fed up by the holier than thou breast is best, natural childbirth groups. Entirely subjective, not always right (in my view) but well written (funny) and a worthwhile perspective to counter balance most other pregnancy books.

Made me laugh so much I got a bit hysterical. She obviously didn't put that much effort into it, but I liked it

Not bad but not as good as Caitlin Moran

Lightly written, easy to read and amusing account of pregnancy and baby rearing issues based on a Guardian column (breastfeeding, weight gain in pregnancy, drinking in pregnancy, epidurals, calpol, infant development – generally her view is to challenge some of the medical consensus as being “nanny state” and simplistic).

An interesting alternative to the more conventional pregnancy/baby development books.

Hilarious and really easy to read. A refreshing change to all the other 'baby' related books!

A few laugh-out-loud moments, mostly just a gently amusing, frank and not too heavy book on new motherhood. A nice one-day holiday read.


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