THE PERFECT GIFT FOR MUMS-TO-BE WITH A SENSE OF HUMOUR. Part diary, part colouring book, and part brutally honest (and hysterically funny) collection of advice, this is for the new mother who wants to chill out, laugh her face off, and realise with every page that she is not alone. Two stars of the lifestyle and parenting blogosphere invoke the mindless fun and nostalgic appeal of an old-school activity book in this irreverent, laugh-out-loud twist on the traditional baby journal, with illustrated activities, lists, essays, and musings on what pregnancy is really like. - Wordsearches: Nope, Sorry (All the Stuff You're Not Allowed to Have Anymore); Bad Baby Names - Mazes: Make it from Your Desk to the Bathroom Without Throwing Up - Lists: How to Baby Shop Without Crying - Advice: Yoga Teachers (Also Your Mum Friends, Your Parents, People on Facebook, All Articles, and Everyone You Meet) Want to Tell You How to Give Birth, But You Don t Have to Listen - Quizzes: Stop: Labour Time!
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-04-27 - Publisher: Hachette UK
THE PERFECT GIFT FOR MUMS-TO-BE WITH A SENSE OF HUMOUR. Part diary, part colouring book, and part brutally honest (and hysterically funny) collection of advice, this is for the new mother who wants to chill out, laugh her face off, and realise with every page that she is not alone.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-03-19 - Publisher: De Gruyter Mouton
Personennamen leisten den gr��ten Anteil an der sprachlichen Herstellung zweier Geschlechter. Die Beitr�ge dieses Bandes beleuchten diese Leistung aus linguistisch-onomastischer, soziologischer und historischer Sicht. Sie untersuchen u.a. inoffizielle Namen in Nahbeziehungen, die Benennung Ungeborener, die Umbenennung Transsexueller, deutsche, niederl�ndische und schwedische Unisexnamen sowie das phonologische Degendering von Jungenamen der j�ngeren
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-10-08 - Publisher: Abrams
An intimate, clever, and ultimately gut-wrenching graphic memoir about the daily decision women must make between being sexualized or being invisible In Commute, we follow author and illustrator Erin Williams on her daily commute to and from work, punctuated by recollections of sexual encounters as well as memories of her