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by Cynthia L. Copeland

eBook The Diaper Diaries: The Real Poop on a New Mom's First Year download ISBN: 0761128603
Author: Cynthia L. Copeland
Publisher: Workman Publishing Company; 4th edition (April 7, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 256
ePub: 1720 kb
Fb2: 1331 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Humour
Subcategory: Humor

Cynthia Copeland is the author of the instant bestseller Really Important Stuff My Dog Has Taught Me and more than 25 other books, including The Diaper Diaries

Cynthia Copeland is the author of the instant bestseller Really Important Stuff My Dog Has Taught Me and more than 25 other books, including The Diaper Diaries. Her books have sold more than a million copies and have been featured on Good Morning America, selected for Oprah’s O List in O Magazine, recommended by Ann Landers, and featured in Family Circle. Ms. Copeland lives in Keene, New Hampshire. Age Range: Baby - 12 years.

The Diaper Diaries book. Blankies, the Play Group Scoop, and the Top 5 Sexcuses. There are lists, quizzes, timelines, charts, and real-life stories.

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Cynthia Copeland, a mother of three (and author of Really Important Stuff My Kids Have Taught Me, with 325,000 copies in. .

I am looking forward to reading this again after completing my first year of parenthood.

book by Cynthia L. Copeland. She's also wise and full of empathy. I am looking forward to reading this again after completing my first year of parenthood. I'm sure I'll find it even funnier, because of all the truths it holds.

Cynthia Copeland, a mother of three, knows the real poop-figuratively and literally-on being a new mother, and she has .

There are lists, quizzes, timelines, charts, and real-life stories. Birth announcement faux pas. Names and nicknames and what they really mean.

Great book for new moms. Tells the truth about what it's REALLY like after having a baby. That is a good book which is opened with expectation and closed in profit. Journal Entry 2 by heyhutchie from Los Angeles, California USA on Friday, October 06, 2006. Conveniently "forgotten" at my best pal's place. Track Random Acts of Kindness. Check out ButterflyCoins. org, another project from the BookCrossing team! Bookish Quotes. Amos Bronson Alcott. A call to existing Region Cleanup Team Members

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The Real Poop on a New Mom's First Year

The Real Poop on a New Mom's First Year. By Cynthia L. Hilarious, wise, and full of empathy, The Diaper Diaries helps new mothers maintain the one thing they can't survive without-a sense of humor.

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Illustrated throughout with the author's own cartoons, this book chronicles the first year of motherhood with humour and empathy, from hospital stays to baby's first birthday, and comtemplating the unimaginable, having another. There are lists, quizzes, timetables, charts and real-life stories.

Blankies, the Play Group Scoop, and the Top 5 Sexcuses. Hilarious, wise, and full of empathy, The Diaper Diaries helps new mothers maintain the one thing they can't survive without-a sense of humor. Cynthia Copeland, a mother of three, knows the real poop—figuratively and literally—on being a new mother, and she has the wit, skill, and generosity to share it. Illustrated throughout with the author's wonderful cartoons, The Diaper Diaries chronicles the first year of motherhood, from the hospital stay (nominees for the world's worst labor coach anyone?) to baby's first birthday and contemplating the unimaginable—having another. There are lists, quizzes, timelines, charts, and real-life stories. Birth announcement faux pas. Names and nicknames and what they really mean. Pacifier tales. A guide to Nana-speak. How a 4-mile car trip can take 2 hours. Why it's impossible to get to work without finding spit-up or rice cereal somewhere on your clothing. Ten reasons to be happy you're up at 3:15 a.m. And, with Mr. Phrenology-like illustrations, a section on the new mother's brain before and after baby, featuring: The Travel Section (Then: How to flirt your way into first class. Now: How to sweet talk your jogging stroller onto the plane), And The Sex Section (Then: Exact location of G-spot. Now: ________).
Comments: (7)
Rrd
This book is cute and light, the kind of thing I'd give to someone who doesn't like to read but just wants something funny on the coffee table for when they have 3 free minutes to kill. I am 8 months pregnant, and I was hoping for something to make me feel less overwhelmed, like the first year will be a mess but you'll be okay in the end and parts of it will even be fun. This was not that book, but I strongly recommend "The S*** No One Tells You..." by Dawn Dais instead. Another thing about "Diaper Diaries," sometimes it is funny in the same way as those birthday cards that make fun of your age - as in, not funny as much as depressing. Reading too much of this book at once made me feel like I was basically about to enter hell. So, I think this book might be good for some people, but not me.
Danial
If you put too much thought into this book, it can draw the life right out of you long before postpartum will. Keep your humor about you and remember, every woman and every couple have the ability to create their own fate when it comes to birthing and raising children. Besides, if your reading this as a first-time mom-to-be (like I did), the last thing you need is to think the most important decision you've made is going to suck from here on out.
Nikohn
Very disappointed about the gender stereotypes in this book. For example there’s a comic where the guy staring at the server girls breasts and dreaming about girls, where the woman is thinking about if her baby pooped. I just didn’t enjoy it
Skilkancar
bought this book for my wife, it just arrived. my wife is sleeping so i decided to skim through it, it's hilarious! my wife is going to love it! within minutes i was laughing out loud and i know she will be too!
Dusar
I received this book at my baby shower in 2004. When I first read it (still pregnant) - it was funny, but I had yet to find out how "real" the book was. Down the line I found that most of the information was very truthful, albeit comical. I love this book and I send it to every friend/family member who becomes a new mom. It's the best out there, and it's an easy and quick read! The sort of book you can refer back to again and again for some laughs. :)
Tiainar
I picked this up in a baby store and immediately began laughing out loud! This was given as part of a shower gift to my niece. My thought was that she could read this as she was nursing for a few laughs. It doesn't appear to be anything but humor and sometimes with a new baby humor is sorely needed.
Fordregelv
I totally recommend this book to all mothers (especially first time moms).
Being a first time mom myself, this book helped me gain a new perspective about the new life of being a mom and motherhood itself.
It is soo funny and the writing and illustrations will keep you going cover to cover. :) Great buy!
Bought this as a gift for a friend that is going to be a new mother. She heard rave reviews of it and was yearning to get a copy. She was thrilled to get it!