Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures by Amber Dusick

Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures

byAmber Dusick

Hardcover | March 26, 2013

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"The drawings aren't very good, Mama."
—Crappy Boy, age 5


Of course you love being a parent. But sometimes, it just sucks. I know. I'm Amber Dusick and I started my blog Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy Pictures because I needed a place to vent about the funny (and frustrating) day-to-day things that happened to me as a parent. Turns out, poop is hilarious! At least when you're not the one wiping it up.

This book won't make your frustrating moments any less crappy. But these stories about my Crappy Baby, Crappy Boy and my husband, Crappy Papa, will hopefully make you laugh. Because you're not alone. And sometimes the crappiest moments make the best memories. Parenting is wonderful! And also, well, you know.

About The Author

Amber Dusick was a sleep-deprived mother of two when she sat down to write her first blog post at CrappyPictures.com. Her pictures were admittedly crappy, but her hilarious take on parenting made the site an overnight success. She lives in Los Angeles with her not-at-all-crappy husband, two sons and two black cats. She also has a fish ...
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Title:Parenting: Illustrated with Crappy PicturesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 7.79 × 6.15 × 0.86 inPublished:March 26, 2013Publisher:HarlequinLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0373892748

ISBN - 13:9780373892747

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"The drawings aren't very good, Mama." -- Crappy Boy, age 5