Far too often, parenting books are about the effects of parents on children. This book shines the spotlight on how children impact their parent's lives. Yes, believe it or not, those tiny people make a disproportionately big mark on their adult caregiver's lives and relationships.
It doesn't offer much advice on how to manage this identity shift and the responsibility, stress and joy that comes with the territory of parenthood. But it does let you know you're not alone—you're in good company— and it does so with a sense of humor and without judgement.