Do you find yourself fumbling through motherhood? Join the club!
Babies are gorgeous, exhausting, tyrannical little bundles of joy. They demand all of our time, energy and sanity, and give us nothing but cute cuddles in return. We wouldn't have it any other way, but sometimes you need someone to turn to, someone who understands your daily wins and worries, from pregnancy to toddlerhood. And that's just what The M Word is here for. Read this and relax, you're doing fine!
'You will laugh, emphatically nod, and find solace in this wonderful book! A must read for all shattered new parents out there.' FEARNE COTTON
Maïa Dunphy is a blogger, author, broadcaster and television producer. She has written and produced for leading RTÉ comedies such as Podge and Rodge and Zig and Zag, and has made 12 female-centric documentaries for RTÉ, including What Women Want and Maïa Dunphy's The Truth About series.
She is much loved by women everywhere for her girl-next-door relatability and non-judgemental curiosity, which brilliantly explores how we live now. The M Word is inspired by Maïa's blog of the same name, which she set up to share her thoughts and experiences of grappling with being a new mum. Pretty soon she had gathered a large community of like-minded mums around her to laugh, cry and rant about the trials and tribulations of parenting. Covering everything from family to work and fun, The M Word blog now has an average reach of over 500,000 people every week.
Maïa lives between Dublin and London with her very modern blended family.