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Jerry O'Connell Wrote a Parenting Book — "Cry, Feed, (Make Love to Wife), Burp"

Will You Buy Jerry O'Connell's Book on Parenting?

If you didn't love him as Vern in Stand by Me or as Cush in Jerry McGuire, now might be the time when Jerry O'Connell wins your heart. The father of twins Dolly and Charlie has been a stay-at-home dad while his leggy wife, Rebecca Romijn, has been hard at work on her new sitcom Eastwick. In his downtime, the actor turned author and penned a book titled, "Cry, Feed, (Make Love to Wife), Burp." According to Galley Cat:

Jerry will describe life as a very 21st century father in a land of celebrity, the sterile California suburbs, and two-for-one diaper changing — everything from the moment he was told it was time for him to be a father, through the trials and tribulations of conception and childbirth, to the joys and disasters and joys again of staying home to raise two new babies.

I'm intrigued. It could be the perfect shower gift for an expectant papa! Would you buy a copy?

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MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
I don't think its that big of a deal really.. To be honest, I think you should write about things when they are fresh in your mind, not 10 years later. You simply just don't remember everything, especially as your child grows older because you are constantly dealing with the next step, and considering by its title it seems to be only about the very early months and coping... not that strange. I've never read a parenting book, and probably wont ever, but i'd rather read one from someone who JUST went through something rather then later.
vmruby vmruby 6 years
I will repeat he's been a parent for what like 5 minutes???It's got nothing to do with discrimination let's not get ridiculous.....:oy: Simply put I just don't give a flying f *ck
blueskystacey blueskystacey 6 years
i like him enough to hope he does well with the book, but i won' t be buying it. who's got the time to read a celeb's rookie guide to raising kids.
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Sorry, ANON at 8, but I'm not suddenly so discriminating. I've always been a snarky btich. And stop hiding behind anon. SO annoying
Zivanod Zivanod 6 years
Unless there are some witty or funny stories, I doubt I'd read it.
runningesq runningesq 6 years
Exactly, cheers! What makes him qualified to write a book on parenting?
vmruby vmruby 6 years
No not interested in it. His wife just had twins about a year ago and now all of a sudden he's become an expert on parenting. Spare me......:oy:
cheersdarlin916 cheersdarlin916 6 years
He is a parent....big whoop! So are many millions of other people in the world. Just because he has fame on his side does not make his story any more exciting. Babies pee, poop, eat and sleep and parents fuss over, lose sleep over and brag all over their little ones. Just go home and take care of your kids.
jenni5 jenni5 6 years
I think it's nice he stays home with his girls but wtf would I want to read a book about it?
Mme-Hart Mme-Hart 6 years
Am I the only one that finds him creepy as hell!?!!?
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