HELP! I Can't See My Foo Fooacirc;euro;brvbar;: Diary of a First Time Pregnancy! A Day to Day Journey Into a Mothers Life Her Fears and Her Foo
Most books are written for the planned pregnancy, but what about premature ejaculation? What kind of book is written for that?
Help, I can't see my foo foo is a funny, crass, honest and sarcasmic (a cross between sarcastic and orgasmic) personal diary written by entertainer and mother Kelly O'Brien.
And it talks a lot about vaginas!
Kelly shares with you her day-to-day discoveries of pregnancy the first time round.
'I have swollen and toes, pigmentation on my face, and a long line running from my fanny to my breast bone. What IS that anyway? Is it so the doctors in the delivery room can do lines of cocaine on your belly before they perform a C-section?'
This book is shockingly honest and Kelly writes freely and openly with delightful optimism and humour.
This remarkable read will keep you smiling all the way to the hospital.
Help, I can't see my foo foo is absolutely terrifying and intriguingly exciting at the same time. Just like expecting your first child