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On Siubhan Green’s first day back at her rather cushy, well paid, part-time job (after 15 months off on maternity leave following the birth of her second child) her employers rather rudely inform her that her position has been “disestablished”. When she discovers that brain cells are depleted during pregnancy and never grow back, 40 year old Siubhan is under no illusions that she needs something other than her two (mostly) delightful toddlers Lucy and Billy to stimulate her brain lest it turn to mush, and challenges herself to commence writing a journal and learn a new word with each entry.
Dancing fish, sleepless nights, not-so-green fingers, baking days, lavatory audiences, sticker charts, grey hairs and a multitude of burnt pots. Diary of a Guilty Mother will become the life raft that many drowning parents will cling onto; secure in the knowledge that someone else is sharing their boat. It is often hilarious, frequently touching and always relatable.
“A readable, funny and encouraging story. The author has a real comic’s eye for the little things in life that most people don’t think about until someone funny points them out... such as the arcane world of letter and number codes for exercise books, and the physics of soggy Weet-Bix sliding down walls.”
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