“Liz Astrof is wickedly funny, which is an overused term, but I feel should be solely reserved for Liz. She lets you into her life and doesn't try to sugarcoat it. It's unflinchingly honest and so effortlessly hilarious. I can't tell if Liz is insane or not, which, I swear, is a compliment.”
– Justin Halpern,, New York Times bestselling author of Sh*t My Dad Says
"No one makes me laugh harder than Liz Astrof. This book is the best combination of her biting humor, self-deprecating wit, and so so so much heart. It had me in tears from page one. This is a must-read memoir for anyone who has a mother or is a mother or knows a mother. Even if you can spell ‘mother.’”
– Emmy Award-nominated actress and comedian Molly Shannon
“Refreshingly honest and hilarious! Astrof says out loud what so many parents are afraid to admit."
– Karen Alpert, New York Times bestselling author of I Heart My Little A-Holes
"I found this book utterly disturbing. Not because of Liz's unique take on motherhood, a self-proclaimed Stay-at-Work Mom, but because in a million years I will never write anything this funny. And that is unacceptable."
– Emmy Award-winning actor Jack Burditt
"Astrof is like the hilarious, did-she-really-just-say-that friend you would kill to have at school pickup—the one that makes you explode in gleeful, scandalized laughter. She goes there—and the parenting genre is never going to be the same."
– Jancee Dunn, author of How Not to Hate Your Husband After Having Kids
“Raw, bold, heartbreaking, ridiculously funny, and wildly inappropriate—I would expect nothing less from Liz Astrof. As someone who's seen the inside of her diaper bag—I can tell you, the stories are all true.”
– Actress Whitney Cummings
“So funny, so relatable, just... genius.”
– Emmy Award-winning actress and television host Sara Gilbert
“A hilarious and heartfelt essay collection… sidesplitting. Though Astrof’s collection is often trenchant in its look at her own difficult childhood, it is also permeated with a sense of love for her kids, and is sure to resonate deeply.”
– Publishers Weekly
“The author delivers one punchline after another… Droll wit and profundity swirl together in a revealing memoir from a successful comedy writer.”
– Kirkus Reviews