Natasha Leggero muses, often hilariously, about what it’s like to have a baby at 42 and find your way as a mom ... Leggero’s style is breezy, sometimes over-the-top, with punchline quips punctuating her anecdotes. She’s like the funny friend who’ll say anything after a cocktail or two ... Leggero details her grueling path to pregnancy and her first few years as a parent with humor and insight ... A book with a lot of heart and even some wisdom.
Irreverent ... Wise-cracking essays ... Parents without the luxury of a nanny may also raise eyebrows when yet another celebrity laments lack of leisure time. Still, behind the snark, Leggero conveys tender endearment for her four-year-old daughter. All in all, this will induce grins from stand-up fans who’ve been missing shows because they can’t get a babysitter.
Humorous ... Leggero’s snark comes fast and furious throughout biting quips about nannies and the terror of having her elderly parents babysit ... Overall, she achieves a commendable balance among practical advice, wry commentary, and over-the-top offensiveness ... The benefits and headaches of later-life motherhood from a candid, often hilarious comedic mind.