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Cat and Nat's mom truths : embarrasing stories and brutally honest advice on the extremely real struggle of motherhood

Belknap, Catherine (author.). Telfer, Natalie, (author.).

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  • 13 of 21 copies available at BC Interlibrary Connect. (Show)
  • 0 of 1 copy available at Prince Rupert Library.

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0 current holds with 21 total copies.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Holdable? Status Due Date
Prince Rupert Library 818.602 Belk (Text) 33294002050896 Adult Non-Fiction Volume hold Checked out 2019-09-06

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780735235656
  • ISBN: 0735235651
  • Physical Description: print
    regular print
    221 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: Toronto : Penguin Canada, 2019.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note: Welcome to the shitshow -- Bad news, ladies: the end of the delivery is just the beginning -- Macaulay Culkin ruined my life -- You never pack the stuff you'll really need at the hospital -- I tried to be a cool mom and I almost pooped myself -- Um, there are going to be some awkard cooch moments -- "Hey, in case you're not gay..." or, how I met my husband -- Listen, you may not want to have sex again right away...or, like, ever -- You are not the only one who feels this way -- Babies and bosses: they can be the same kind of annoying -- Instagram is bullshit -- My husband attacked germs like he was some sort of hygiene ninja -- All those hideous clothes aside, the moms of the 1970s had it made! -- Dads are pretty clueless, so let's try to help them help us -- My name is Natalie and I am an addict (my drug is Amazon Prime) -- Leaving your kids is hard...and great...and difficult...and amazing...and impossible...but did we mention great? -- As if we don't have enough to do, there's somehow more to do -- This is how to stop giving a shit. Literally. -- Toddlers are basically just small drunk people -- Let's get the heck off the hamster wheel of guilty feelings -- Tantrums can break your heart, but don't let them break your spirit -- They never warn you about the stupid friggin' bees! -- Let's raise our kids to be honest...by lying to them! -- Your kids will be who they are, not who you may expect them to be -- Welcome to our adventures in bad mom-ing -- Up yours, Honey Nut Cheerios Bee -- It can be damn hard to keep calm and carry on -- There's no righ way to be a mom--there's only your way -- Every stage of a child's life is different and also a pain in the butt -- So, yeah, I was raised in a shack with an outhouse for real -- Don't you dare deny the world your mom bod! -- You will want things for your children--this is what we want for ours -- Let me tell you about the magical day when i got four whole minutes to myself -- Having a bad day doesn't mean you're a bad mom -- You are mom enough.
Summary, etc.: "Candid, hilarious, and maybe just a bit R-rated, YouTube sensations Cat & Nat share their stories and insights to lift moms when they're feeling low, reassure them when they're overwhelmed, and make them laugh like they're talking to their own best friend. With seven kids between them, Cat and Nat know a thing or two about parenting. They've connected with their fans by sharing their completely real take on the stress, guilt, and joy of being moms, covering everything from sleep (or a lack thereof) to the hilarity (and struggle) of family vacations. They let us in on the hard stuff, and make us laugh with their Mom Truths; you may not have realized why clubbing is the best preparation for having kids, but they have! (Because the night always ends up with someone random in your bed and a girl crying in the corner.) Loosely structured around the stages of being a mom, Mom Truths features never-before-told stories from Cat's and Nat's lives. Short and digestible for a crazed parent, Mom Truths is peppered with advice and insights. Their goal is to help moms let go of their guilt. And their method is humour. Cat's and Nat's individual voices and the feeling of their close, no-holds-barred friendship is captured on the page, making this the essential companion for moms who feel overwhelmed, and are in need of an honest, funny pick-me-up."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Mothers -- Humor
Motherhood -- Humor
Mother and child -- Humor
Parenting -- Humor

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