Parenting Hell : The funniest gift you can give this Christmas

Parenting Hell : The funniest gift you can give this Christmas

Regular price £9.99

Rob Beckett

Category: Family Matters / Home Life

Publication date: 5/25/23

Publisher: BLINK Publishing

ISBN 13: 9780198810506

Total Pages: 320 pages

Weight: 236

Dimensions: 128 x 349 x 21

THE NO.1 SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER'I wanted this to be bad, but Josh and Rob have written an incredibly funny book about parenting' - Romesh Ranganathan'Exactly why I'm glad I don't have kids' - Tom Allen'This is the story of two blokes who thought life was really easy and then they had two kids each and realised it was absolutely impossible...'What's it really like to be a parent? And how come no one ever warned Rob or Josh of the sleep depriving, sick-covering, tear-inducing, snot-wiping, 4am-relationship-straining brutality of it all?Filled with all the things they never tell you at antenatal classes, Parenting Hell is a beguiling mixture of humour and conversation from the hosts of the no.1 smash hit podcast (but this time, their wives andparents get a say too). Unlike those who might pretend to have it all together, Rob and Josh comfortably discuss the highs and lows of parenting. Whether it's moments of unmatched euphoric joy or realising you took going to the toilet in peace for granted, this book is a reminder that everyone figures it out along the way. This edition is updated with bonus parenting 'tips' from Rob and Josh. READERS LOVE PARENTING HELL:'Best laugh out loud book on parenting''I laughed and cried! Not being a parent I can now appreciate everything my friends do a lot more!''Every parent needs to read this''Every parent or parent-to-be or parent-adjacent needs to read this! It's also surprisingly empowering for women - the way they include the wives perspectives is beautiful''An honest account of parenting with a welcome twist/dose of humour. Buy it! Gift it.''I laughed out loud many times and once had to go into another room because I thought I might wake my sleeping husband.'