Dawn in the Press
Here are some of links to various press myself or the books have received. Download my press kit here.
"(Dais') animated style will appeal to anyone going through a divorce. One is unlikely to find a funnier guide to surviving divorce.
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"Let’s face it: there’s a lot of shit that happens when you become a parent that you have to find out for yourself, especially in that first year. This brilliant book will cover it all."
"Humorous revelations offer insight into a natural process that can and often does completely overwhelm the mother. . . An amusing and accurate examination of life with an infant.”
“Pregnant women who want an honest peek inside what’s to come will be convinced to nap while they still can, and moms with kids will laugh out loud at Dais’s quirky insights and strong opinions.”
"From poop to post-partum depression, she presents a no-holds-barred look at all of the changes and challenges that new moms and dads can face, along with the three little words every infant-toting parent wants to hear: It gets better."
"Dais and her team of MOFLs (moms on the front lines) guide parents (moms, especially) through the first 52 weeks of your child’s life with honesty, clarity, humor, complaints and encouragement on a myriad of important subjects from breastfeeding, endless crying and vaccinating to relationship problems, loss of freedom and inaccurate Facebook statuses (“OMG, I love my life!”)."
—Kirsten Ott Palladino, EquallyFamily.com
"The Sh!t No One Tells You took me right back to those first weeks of new motherhood—truly the most empowering and frustrating (and frightening!) of times. With heartfelt encouragement and insight, Dawn Dais is a must-read for first-time moms."
—Rebecca Woolf, author of Rockabye: From Wild to Child
"3 Must-Have Books on Parenting"
11 Books That Should Be On Every Mom’s Bookshelf - Scary Mommy
The Best Parenting Books That Are Definitely Worth a Read - Woman's Day
27 Baby Gifts That'll Make New Parents LOL - PopSugar
10 Incredible Books For First-Time Parents
20 Life-Saving Books Mom Needs To Read Before The Baby Arrives
35 Gifts a Pregnant Woman Actually Wants
The Date Report
(Dais') animated style will appeal to anyone going through a divorce. One is unlikely to find a funnier guide to surviving divorce.
'I Discovered the 7 Stages of Divorce'
Q&A with Dawn Dais
-Books Q&A with Deborah Kalb
All the Therapy - book excerpt
-Spiritual Media Blog
Love is Love, But is Divorce Different for the LGBTQ Community?
Divorce: The Ultimate Skincare Routine (and Some Tips for Getting Through It)
Finding Comfort in Quotes
-Kind Over Matter
Author interview with Dawn Dais
WFSB News, Connecticut
Midday Maryland Gift Guide
Mulberry Lane Show
The Tom Sumner Program
Dawn Dais, author of “The Sh!t No One Tells You”, bares all about pregnancy, childbirth, and life with kids.
—Dreaming of Baby
Sperm Donors, Epidurals & Cussing – Dawn Dais’ Birth Stories
- The Birth Hour Podcast
"Dais…can spot the humorous side of most situations, whether describing an exasperating—yet laugh-out-loud—trip to McDonald’s with her youngsters, or the “snot, tears, and bliss” of dancing with them in a pizza parlor. Dais offers a commonsense yet comical view of the toddler years, which she wryly sums up as a “confusing cluster-f of a time.”
“The Sh!t No One Tells You About Toddlers captures the frustrating, inane, chaotic, senseless, and joyfulness that comes with parenting. Called the “handbook for parents on the edge,” reading this book feels very much like bonding with other mom friends, both of you seeking answers, wanting to do better, and oh yeah, please pass more wine. Readers should come away feeling like “it’s going to be all right, we’re all in this together.” Dais is an encouraging, supportive, and hilarious author, sitting in the same boat with her also very sleep-deprived readers." (4.5/5 Stars)
—The San Francisco Book Review
“It's a perfect gift for expecting parents who have a good sense of humor and appreciate a frank, candid look at the ugly-yet-wonderful side of parenting.”
"Not only does it comfort me by informing me that my toddlers' alien behaviors are common and that I'm not alone, it provides a lot of comic relief, and it also provides a lot of great tips on how to address common challenges that many parents of toddlers face."
—Hawaii Mom Blog
How I Got Over Myself And Learned To Embrace My Son’s Insane Clothing Choices
You Have Officially Lost Control Of The Situation: A Case Study In Bathing Two Children