An obscenely funny memoir about fatherhood and the ups and downs of raising a family in the 21st century.
Drew Magary, consistently popular journalist and blogger, and sometimes popular father to three small children, has been through it all in the parenting stakes. He's seen his wife put in Academy-Award winning performances in fake sleep to win a game of 'baby monitor chicken'. He's broken out in a cold sweat at the thought of miscalculating a formula feed. He's made it through a supermarket shop in record time with his young son shouting ''What's up f**kface?'' at the top of his lungs throughout. And now he's ready to share the wisdom he's picked up along the way.
F**CKING UP THE BUTTONS ON A BABYGROW contains a nappy sack's worth of laugh out loud anecdotes about 21st century fatherhood. It should be recommended by the NCT, endorsed by Gina Ford, and handed out in every Bounty Pack. None of this will happen, but that doesn't change the fact that it's the funniest book on parenting you're ever likely to read.