At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles: Mostly-True Tales of an Impending Miracle



➮ [Read] ➪ At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles: Mostly-True Tales of an Impending Miracle By Paige Kellerman ➺ – E17streets4all.co.uk At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles Mostly True Tales of An Impending Miracle is the hilarious debut novel of writer, humorist Paige Kellerman From the moment her positive test result is revealed in a At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles My Belly PDF È Mostly True Tales of An Impending Miracle is the hilarious debut novel of writer, humorist Paige Kellerman From the moment her positive test result is revealed in a fog of canine flatulence, to the At Least ePUB Æ day she s gently hoisted onto the delivery table by a front end loader, Paige guides you through her pregnancy with twins, careful to only hold one of your hands in case you need to cover your eyes with the other You Least My Belly MOBI î ll laugh out loud as she recounts the horrors of birthing class, her struggles with morning sickness, sexy Halloween costumes, applying for maternity leave and of course, the impossible task of corralling those wayward cankles all in her own inimitable style This book is a must read for any mother, or anyone who has a mother to whom they probably need to apologize.At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles: Mostly-True Tales of an Impending Miracle

Paige Kellerman is a writer, humorist, and My Belly PDF È mother whose hypochondria is exceeded only by her ability to change diapers Part sinner, part saint, part gin enthusiast, she spends her days running after four children and trying to call everyone by the At Least ePUB Æ right name Her humor has been featured on Mashable, Huffington Post, Babble, For Her, and many other sites She is the author of At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles and The Beer s Folded and the Laundry s Cold.

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  • Paperback
  • 218 pages
  • At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles: Mostly-True Tales of an Impending Miracle
  • Paige Kellerman
  • English
  • 01 May 2019
  • 9780615786 Edition Language English Other Editions 2

10 thoughts on “At Least My Belly Hides My Cankles: Mostly-True Tales of an Impending Miracle

  1. says:

    i legitimately feel bad giving this book only one star but this is the kind of book that my shelf incomprehensibly terrible was made for i read a sample most of the first chapter before i committed thought i knew what i was getting into a memoir of pregnancy told with a very irreverent self deprecating sense of humor sounds great just the sort of thing i love but as things wore on, it just got worse worse.i don t know what happened i think the author just took things too far it i legitimately feel bad giving this book only one star but this is the kind of book that my shelf incomprehensibly terrible was made for i read a sample most of the first chapter before i committed thought i knew what i was getting into a memoir of pregnancy told with a very irreverent self deprecating sense of humor sounds great just the sort of thing i love but as things wore on, it just got worse worse.i don t know what happened i think the author just took things too far it was one of those situations where someone tells a joke you re like, eh, could be funnier, then the joke gets punched up you re like, now you re talking, then the joke teller is like, if they like a little juice, they ll like a LOT, you re filled with regret for ever laughing at a joke in your life as i get older, i am less attracted to hyperbole in writing a little goes a long way this book is nothing BUT hyperbole she jokes about how her ankles became so swollen with pregnancy that they were knocking things over including people of their own accord she jokes about how she went to a prenatal demanded to know how exactly her babies would be born, as there didn t seem to be a trapdoor from which they would be released there s just a lot of this sort of thing that would have been so much funnier if it had been dialed way, way back.i ve been pregnant i know first hand that a lot of stuff about pregnancy can be pretty funny it s an absurd experience but i wish she had mixed the jokes withof a story not tried so hard to make every line of the book a punchline i actually had a difficult time finishing the book though i did stick it out to the end i feel like i complain a lot when i read the funny essay memoir genre of books that the author tries too hard to make the reader laugh but this author seriously takes it to a whole new level it was almost unbearable

  2. says:

    Paige Kellerman is not just another mom humor writer She has a unique voice and quirky sense of humor which will catch you off guard and have you laughing loud and hard She is a true gift to the writing world and I look forward to her next book

  3. says:

    Classic case of trying too hardI wanted to like this book I really did And, it was funny, at first But it lacked a real story, real dialog, everything It was just a bunch of run on jokes and run on sentences Honestly, I had to make myself finish the book.

  4. says:

    Won an autographed copy from the author herself very goofy, not at all serious book about pregnancy and all it s foibles I may be too far gone from pregnancy to full appreciate the humor.

  5. says:

    I found Paige s blog and after reading only a couple of posts, bought her book It s funny, that s for sure, but sometimes it was a bit too funny, a bit too contrived, like she was trying too hard But I could feel that way because I read it all at once If you re looking for a feel good, no brain power necessary read, this would be a good choice You don t even have to be particularly interested in pregnancy or motherhood, I believe, to enjoy this one.

  6. says:

    I LOVE Paige Kellerman, it s no secret Her witty humor slays me, and if she can make sugar free ice cream and requests for maternity leave funny, she s obviously got mad crazy talent Just sitting back and eagerly awaiting the next installment in what will surely be a long and incredible writing career

  7. says:

    The cream of the crop of self published books by bloggers is rising to the top Paige is clearly a clever girl, sharp writer, and savvy author who saved the best stories about her pregnancy for this smart, laugh out loud collection of essays about pregnancy.

  8. says:

    This book was fun I haven t laugh this much in a long time I won this book on Goodreads Thank you

  9. says:

    What a fun read I thoroughly enjoyed following from the pee stick to the delivery room It was certainly a relatable and hilarious book

  10. says:

    I didn t find this book quite as funny as Paige Kellerman s blog but still a good quick read

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