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Book Summary of Mommies Who Drink

A collection of true stories about motherhood, told from the viewpoint of four women who meet every Friday to discuss their lives over cocktails

Details of Book: Mommies Who Drink (BSID:20184)

Book Mommies Who Drink
Author Brett Paesel
ISBN 0751538787
ISBN-13 9780751538786, 978-0751538786
Binding Paperback
Publishing Date 01/11/2007
Number of Pages 352
Language English
Weight 282 grams

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Gina November 17, 2007 review from Goodreads

Brett Paesel has written for Hip Mama and Brain, Child. She's smart, funny, and a wonderful writer to spend time with. I wish this book had been around when I was a new mom, because I felt a lot of the same sense of loss and bewilderment that Paesel describes, along with that same feeling of guil...

Skostal May 04, 2010 review from Goodreads

I once told a friend, "I don't get an orgasm from cleaning my house." In fact, much of domestic life bores the !X&$@ out of me. Once a year, I get my Martha on, and do insanely involved Christmas crafts, and that is pretty much good enough to carry me another 12 months. And so it is not unlik...

Lora January 03, 2008 review from Goodreads

Seriously one of the funniest books I have ever read. I want to meet this woman. I'm not even a mom, but I was laughing out loud. It's not even cheesy / Paul Reiser parental observational humor - it's WAY better than that. So very funny. Loved it.

Allyson April 15, 2011 review from Goodreads

Not really sure how to rate this book. There were definitely parts that I enjoyed; I literally laughed out loud several times. But overall, I found it very reminiscent of Jenny McCarthy's books on pregnancy/motherhood so the idea seemed unoriginal and underwhelming. Paesel's efforts to be edgy an...

Mayme April 03, 2010 review from Goodreads

I found this memoir truly entertaining. Paeselâ??s raw honesty in regard to a very sensitive subject is refreshing. Not all mothers will â??getâ? Paesel. Those mothers who are boxed in by social and familial constraints will find it difficult to allow themselves to admit that sometimes their children...


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