RELEASED NOVEMBER 1, 2016!
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ADVANCE PRAISE FOR MY BOOK FROM THESE AMAZING PEOPLE:
(I am still pinching myself.)
“A fun romp through the messy realities of being a mom. DeeDee Filiatreault writes with humor, and from the heart…” —Christie Mellor, author of The Three-Martini Playdate and Fun Without Dick and Jane
“By page 10, I was nodding in agreement. By page 110, I was convinced DeeDee and I were leading parallel lives. By page 210, I wanted her to move next door—with or without her children. Tales from the Crib will make you smile and laugh, especially if your kids are finally asleep in their beds—or anywhere, really.” —Leanne Shirtliffe, author of Don’t Lick the Minivan and Mommyfesto
“In these bite-sized, hilarious essays, DeeDee Filiatreault celebrates the underachiever in all of us. Anyone who has ever done school drop-off in the same yoga pants she slept in will recognize herself in these pages—and feel a whole lot better.” —Amy Wilson, author of When Did I Get Like This?
“DeeDee Filiatreault is a modern-day Erma Bombeck. In her transparent, witty and extremely well-written debut release, DeeDee strips away the pretenses of parenthood, modeling the medicinal power of laughter and how to celebrate the joy in every jelly stain. Her writing is a gift.” – Tara McClary Reeves, author of Point Me to Jesus
“DeeDee has a rare gift – she can make you laugh about things you didn’t know were funny until she pointed them out, and she can make a quasi-serious point at the same time. These essays are terrific.” –Barton Swaim, author of The Speechwriter: A Brief Education in Politics
“DeeDee’s stories are laugh out loud funny and worth embarrassing yourself over–whether on the train, the bus, the subway, or even in your own bathroom. Or someone else’s bathroom. DeeDee is our generation’s Erma Bombeck!” — Todd Ellison, Broadway music supervisor of 17 Broadway shows, including An American in Paris, Spamalot, and 42nd Street
“DeeDee Filiatreault has been there, done that, and kept a sense of humor throughout the journey of motherhood. She hands out ‘honorable mention’ ribbons to all of the parents and confirms there is no ‘right way’ to parent—just our way.” —Val Curtis, editor-in-chief of BonBonBreak.com