Katiedid's immodest and cheeky take on pregnancy, motherhood, her own childhood shenanigans and her life adventures will have you laughing out loud.
Regarding a pathetic attempt at pole dancing as a form of exercise, she writes: "The instructor yelled at me to relish my femininity. I tried again. Bam! Face and floor met. I went home with a bruised ego. an even more bruised nose and nothing to show my eager husband."
She writes about sleep as only a parent could: "Sleep and I were never close -- second cousins at best. But in the past nine months, sleep and I have gone from cool acquaintances to full-on frienemies. ... She takes her sweet time to arrive -- primping her hair, I assume -- visits for only an hour or two and then disappears."
And of course, there's a chapter titled "Potty Humor."