Stranded in a mock colonial house on a windswept subdivision, a 20-something Helen Brown wonders if she’s made the wrong choices. If she could turn back time, maybe she wouldn’t have rushed into teenage marriage and motherhood. But the kitchen clock’s stuck on midnight, and she’s late for the school run. It’ll be a good day if she can get through to bedtime without appearing naked in the supermarket.
An early mommy blogger, Helen Brown tells it how it was. Sit back and enjoy Helen at her best.
“One of the wittiest, most popular newspaper columnists in New Zealand today.” Timaru Herald
“She writes with infectious good humour.” The Dominion.
“Her columns, which produce more fan mail than all other Star writers combined, revolve around the simple, everyday occurrences in her life.” North & South magazine.