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  1. LOL can’t wait to get the book! until now I thought I was the only one thinking these things! LOVE IT! I…AM…NOT… ALONE! :) I remember calling my mom after my daughter’s friends’ mom stayed during our first playdate… I HATED it because I felt like I had to entertain her and I was totally not prepared to do that! My mom said usually moms go home but I never had another playdate in my house after that, just in case! LOL

  2. Right? Something we’ve all been through. We loved hearing your Sh*tty Mom Moment!

  3. This is awesome!!! I did not even think a book like this existed. I am so relieved. I have been under A LOT of stress thinking I am a s*tty mom and I am the only one. Probably still am around the circle of moms who used to hang out at some point. It is crazy how today’s society focus so much on wanting to raise the perfect child. With no limits!!!! Someone told me once that saying the word NO to their child could have psychologically damage on her son!!! What??? No more discipline and manners are thought any more. So you can imagine the remolds i held for disciplining my sons nd thinking i was wrong :/ I can’t wait to get the book and start nocking my head down and thinking of myself doing this or that!!!

  4. Darci Patterson · · Reply

    My name is Darci and I am a sh*tty mom. My mother was also a sh*tty mom. Bless her, she is 71 now and taught me how to parent. My kids wouldn’t have it any other way. My kids (two boys ages 13 and almost 17) love my style as a mother. My oldest has his driver’s permit and I allow him to pound the stereo while he’s driving. Hey, I’m in the car with him and he’s GOT to learn to drive with that crap at full volume. He’s going to do it anyway as soon as he gets his license and is driving without me. Better to teach him how it’s done before he’s flying solo. Hell, he’s the one who put that pounding stereo in my car in the first place! Please, I need a sh*tty mom guide to raising teenagers. Better yet, let me write for you. :)

  5. Charlene White · · Reply

    OMG…. I can so relate with the playdate clip (I’m sure once I read the book there will be ALOT of things I can relate with) I can’t wait to get a copy.THANK YOU! I am not alone ;)

  6. Ahahahaha! My son would put the end of the Swiffer cord that was supposed to go into the swiffer to recharge it in his mouth, then scream when it shocked him. He did this several times. You would think I would remember to unplug it, but I never remembered….too much to clean up with that swiffer. Does that make me a sh*tty mom? Can’t wait to find a copy to read.

  7. [...] block, I like to visit my favorite funny sites including The Bloggess or get a laugh at Shttymom.com. While it is hard to find age appropriate humor sites for kids on the web, there are young bloggers [...]

  8. Hey, I am not a ‘mom’ (have two dogs, that pretty much resemble ‘little monsters’) and I can sure relate to what I’ve checked out already! Hmmm…giving me some ideas of my own….Great stuff!!

  9. [...] writer’s block, I like to visit my favorite funny sites including The Bloggess or get a laugh at Shttymom.com. While it is hard to find age appropriate humor sites for kids on the web, there are young bloggers [...]

  10. I saw this book at Indigo this past weekend and had to sit down at the store to read a few pages and laughed out loud!!!! It is indeed hilarious and an up-lifter for any mom (because any normal mom has for at least once in her “career” felt like a sh*tty mom!)

    I recommended my two girlfriends to read it!

    PS: Crying babies on an airplane and the logic behind letting others suck it up was a riot! :))

  11. Just now checking out Sh*tty Mom but I’m already certain I am one!

    http://my365daysofthankful.wordpress.com/

  12. a sh*tty aunt · · Reply

    I stumbled on this site via Pinterest. I am not a mom – but I’m (in my 40s) and have helped raise my brother and sister and now I find myself raising THEIR kids…my 4 year old nephew and 5 month old niece. I can so relate to what I’ve read so far. I am definitely getting the book. Thank God I am not alone…

  13. Today, I went to the beach with my children. I found a sea
    shell and gave it to my 4 year old daughter and said “You can hear the ocean if you put this to your ear.” She put the shell
    to her ear and screamed. There was a hermit crab inside and it pinched her ear.
    She never wants to go back! LoL I know this is totally off topic but I had to tell someone!

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