2017: #11 – Oh Crap! Potty Training (Jamie Glowacki)

I’m just going to come right out and say it. Potty training sucks. A lot. You might even say it’s very, very shitty (pardon me). So if there’s something out there to help you through the process, you should grab it with both hands and hold on. Glowacki suggests that you potty train your child between 20-30 months, and unfortunately I didn’t discover this book

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2017: #9 – Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology (Leah Remini)

As someone with more than a passing interest in topics like true crime and cults, I’ve long found everything surrounding Scientology to be interesting. Leah Remini is not the first person to escape Scientology, nor even the first celebrity, but it’s possible that she’s been the loudest. Before I started the book, I though that Remini had been born into Scientology, so I was surprised

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2017: #8 – Give Peas a Chance (Kate Samela, MS, RD, CSP)

If you are a parent, I’m sure some version of the words “why won’t my child eat???” have escaped your lips on at least one occasion. In my case, it’s way too often. Max, who is almost 4, is a terribly picky eater. Some examples of what he will eat: any breakfast food that resembles bread or pancakes, hot dogs, chicken nuggets, a variety of

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