135 x 216 x 22mm
By real parents for real parents.
Rosy cheeks? Big hips? Make a mean casserole? Skinny? Glamorous? Producer of perfect children? 'Wipe' is by two women who, like most of us, fall somewhere in between. Plunged into parenthood under completely different circumstances, in 'Wipe' they address the issues parents face on a daily basis.
'Wipe' won't make your children happier, healthier or brainier. The book talks to you, telling it how it is rather than how we're told it should be. For the first time, everyday practitioners rather than "the experts" talk openly and honestly about parenting on subjects ranging from "Sex, I remember that", to "How to entertain your child from the sofa", to "Discipline and toddler terrorists".
From bottoms to brains and everywhere in between, this honest, irreverent, witty and often poignant survival guide will leave you feeling that it's OK not to be the "perfect parent" and, yes, there are others out there just like you.
After a long day of countless roles, endless meals, school runs, homework, housework, your work, supermarkets and laundry, why not give yourself a break, put up your feet and ride the rollercoaster of parenthood that is 'Wipe'? Safer and cheaper than drugs, 'Wipe' is the antidote to aspirational parenting.