What you'll learn in this podcast (while laughing a lot!):
- How to use comedy to deal with the inevitable imperfections of parenting
- How to use comedy to teach your children to navigate difficult social situations with finesse and in a 'cool' way
- Why not to compare yourself to your friends' social media feeds
- Why not to wait 12 months to start fertility treatments
- How raising siblings when one grew up as an only child can be difficult
- And much much more...
About Dawn Dais
I first encountered the hilarious world of Dawn Dais when reading her book, The Sh!t No One Tells You, after having my third child. Her words, conveying the immense difficulty of having a baby while at the same time making light of the trying period of time, brought laughter to my middle of the night newborn baby feeds and our dinner table, when I shared them with my husband. They also helped me feel normal and not alone. Her words helped me feel that I was not the only one in the world who did not have my sh!t together all the freakin time. I hope you enjoy our conversation as much as I did.
Rather listen to our conversation? Check out our podcast here.
Visit Dawn on her website here.
The Overly Honest Baby Book - The book itself is designed as a beautiful keepsake and the content includes the normal things a parent would record for their baby (head circumference etc) but it also includes the messy reality of parenting in Dawn's humorous tone. It's a great gift for an expecting parent and will help them laugh (instead of cry) about being pooped on and swearing during the delivery process. Get yours now here on Amazon for $8.80.
A page from The Overly Honest Baby Book
The Sh!t No One Tells You - The cartoons in this book will have you laughing out loud for years! $7.42 on Amazon
The Sh!t No One Tells You About Baby Number 2 - $12.05 on Amazon
The Sh!t No One Tells You About Toddlers - $11.69 on Amazon
The Sh!t No One Tells You About Pregnancy - $15.99 on Amazon
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To you parents,
Allie, Founder, The Parenting Journal