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Motherhood is the toughest – and funniest – job you’ll ever love. Raising kids is hard work. The pay sucks, your boss is a tyrant, and the working conditions are pitiful – you can’t even take a bathroom break without being interrupted with another outrageous demand. Hasn’t every mother said it before? “I just want to pee alone!” I Just Want to Pee Alone is a collection of hilarious essays from 37 of the most kick-ass mom bloggers on the web. Including People, I Want to Punch in the Throat, Insane in the Mom-Brain, The Divine Secrets of a Domestic Diva, Baby Sideburns, and Rants From Mommyland. Read hysterical essays like Embarrassment, Thy Name is Motherhood A Pinterest-perfect Mom, I am Not And Then There was that Time a Priest Called Me a Terrible Mother So She Thought She Could Cut Off My Stroller
A week ago, I didn’t even know this book existed. Now, I have a brand new go-to gift for all of the moms.
I desperately needed this when, 11 years ago, I brought a teeny human being home. Despite reading every single recommended parenting book, I was unabashedly unprepared when faced with reality. While I probably would have carried this book with me until it was dog-eared in the beginning; there were still plenty of situations that made me feel like I am in good company today and even a sneak peek or two into the future.
I laughed. A lot. And I felt so much better about myself as the person I am, not just as a parental unit.
I don’t know. this was all right. it was a pleasant enough way to pass an airplane ride with a baby passed out on my chest. it’s an anthology of humorous essays about parenting from various mom bloggers. it suffers from the problem that a lot of blogs-into-books suffer from: a lot of the writing has a very casual “you know what I’m saying”-type vibe to it that comes from the bloggers writing for an audience that is offering them constant real-time feedback in the form of blog comments. it’s a style that translates very poorly to real books. because I, for one, have only ever read one of the bloggers featured here (rants from mommy land) & I don’t even follow that one on the regular. the only blogs I read are either written by zine people I know or are snarks of YA books I read as a child. I should probably add more mom blogs to my blog roll because I do enjoy embarrassing parenting stories & I’m a mom now, but I just haven’t gotten around to it & I’ve been burned the few times I have tried (like the time my favorite infertility blogger posted an insane screed against abortion).
I have no idea how many of the “essays” in this book (i use that term very loosely) were originally published as blog entries. all of them? it seems likely.
maybe in homage to the book’s title, it seems like almost all of them were about embarrassing bathroom-related things. my baby is only four months old, so she is not yet capable of walking in on me in the bathroom or saying embarrassing things about me to strangers. is this really what I have to look forward to? I don’t remember ever walking in on my mom in the bathroom. hmmm. we will see. the first few stories in this vein perhaps elicited a chuckle or two, but it got kind of tedious after a while. eventually, I was thinking, “um, invest in a lock.” is this hubris that will come back to haunt me? check back in about three years.
but for a mom without a lot of time to read, & without a lot of mental energy to put into reading anything too involved, feeling desperate to commiserate with other parents about some of the unexpected indignities of parenthood, this may not be a bad choice. there are probably funnier, more original parenting memoirs out there, but this is the one I happened to read most recently. *shrug*