It Sucked and Then I Cried: How I Had a Baby, a Breakdown, and a Much Needed Margarita by Heather B. Armstrong
This was a much lighter read than most of the other stuff I've been working through. Irritatingly at times. But it's also a vivid description of what it's like to be inside postpartum anxiety and depression. I chose it because I'd read Armstrong's posts about her second birth, which she did very differently from her first, and which she was a lot happier about in a lot of ways, and enjoyed them. I'd like to read something more about postpartum mood disorders that's more forthright - the humor and sarcasm maybe gets in the way a bit for me in this book - but this was definitely a fun read.
My favorite line: "Whose brilliant idea was it to protect the world from these diseases by JABBING BABIES WITH NEEDLES? Why were we covering light sockets with protective plastic coverings when doctors everywhere were poking infants with sharp, disease-infested objects? Parenthood makes no sense." (p. 187)