Jerry O’Connell To Pen A Parenting Book

Jerry O'Connell To Pen A Parenting Book

Jerry O’Connell will soon be adding author to his resume.

Entertainment Weekly reports that Jerry is the latest star-powered parent to try his hand at writing, penning a memoir of his life as a stay-at-home-dad to 10-month-old twins Charlie and Dolly.

Titled Cry, Feed, (Make Love to Wife), Burp, the book will be about “life as a very 21st century father in a land of celebrity, the sterile California suburbs, and two-for-one diaper changing.”

The doting dad has taken time off of acting to stay home with the twins while his wife Rebecca Romijn works on her new series, Eastwick.

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  1. Katrina

    considering the title, its obviously about the early months and coping… and i think the best time to write about something is when youre experiencing it. You forget things as it goes on.

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  2. Anonymous

    Is this serious? What a joke!

    A parenting book after 10 months? Give me a break!

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  3. Shirilicious

    Carrie, your comment came up after I wrote mine. I completely agree about the ridiculousness.

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  4. Carrie

    This is a tad ridiculous. Just because he is (newly) the father of twins he suddenly has the authority and knowledge to write a book? Please.

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  5. Shirilicious

    I have no doubt that Jerry is a doting and responsible parent, but writing a memoir (!) about parenting after only 10 months is just a tad bit too early, isn’t it?

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  6. Anonymous

    exactly, Katrina. And besides, you don’t have to read it if you don’t want to, jeez. you people are saying it’s a tad ridiculous, and maybe it IS a little early, but still. If he wants to write a damn book, then let him! I’m sure it will be full of funny stories and anecdotes about those two munchkins he has, and if you’re about to be a mom, or dad, then probably you’ll find something useful. Give it a chance….

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  7. Anonymous

    I’m sure he has some funny tales, but I agree, way too soon. With all the other baby books out there, I wouldn’t buy it.

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