In preparation for writing this review, I read back over my review of Naked. I do this a lot: read things I’ve written. I joke with my spouse that my blog is my favorite blog. Everything in it is relevant to my life, and I relate to the author so well. It’s a joke, but it’s true.
So I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that I found myself nodding in agreement as I read through my review of Naked. I thought about just copying and pasting that review here, with a few modifications, but that seemed like cheating. And I didn’t feel exactly the same about Dress Your Family as I did about Naked.
Unlike with Naked, there wasn’t a particular section of this book that I could point to and say, “The second half…this was the funniest part.” The pieces and moments that touched me and/or made me laugh were peppered throughout the book. As usual, the things I loved about the book were also the things that left me feeling self-conscious that I loved them. Read More