Let’s Talk About Me

Suzanne Fleet is the writer and humorist behind the award-winning blog, Toulouse & Tonic, and mom to 2 stinky boys, who together with her good-natured husband, give her loads of hilarious writing material.  Suzanne is one of PopSugar’s Top 25 Funny Moms and a contributor to Huffington Post and Today.com as well as a proud co-author of the New York Times best-selling book “I Just Want To Pee Alone,” as well as “I STILL Just Want To Pee Alone,” “I Just Want To Be Alone” and “You Have Lipstick on Your Teeth.” She’s currently working on her own book of essays about motherhood and marriage.

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For interviews and further media about Suzanne Fleet, check out this pinterest board full of ’em.
Here’s a recent one to get you started.
I still just want to pee alone - order now!
My latest book is out Friday, March 27. The highly anticipated sequel to I Just Want To Pee Alone – I STILL Just Want To Pee Alone is finally available and features hilarious essays from a veritable stable of funny bloggers. And just in time for Spring Break reading. Luckily the essays are pretty short, so even if the potty is the only time you can get free, you still  have time for an essay!
Final IJWTPA coverTwo of my books, the New York Times Best Selling “I Just Want To Pee Alone,” and “I Just Want To Be Alone” are humor anthologies about the fun and funny in raising kids and living with the male species. You can get your copies here.

I’m also in this fabulous book, talking about the worst date in the history of womankind and the unwanted “present” he gave me at the end of the night.  It’s full of these kinds of stories…you know, the kind you’d only tell your girlfriends in the powder room.  Read more about it and get your own copy here.

A little more about


IMG_1690The hubs, Gabe.  He has a good sense of humor.  And a strong sense of self-worth.  And we have a good enough relationship that he’s completely comfortable with this.  And this.  And this.  Go ahead and laugh. What a man, what a man, what a mighty good man.

My 7-year-old, Asher and my 3yo, Meyer.  Get the low-down on them here: 20 Things That Never Get Old About Having Kids.  Because lots of things do, amirite? But not these things.

And find out how I plan to keep them mineminemine forever in 26 Ways I’m Making Sure My Future Daughter in Law Loves Me.

STILL wanna know more?  Here are 10 COMPLETELY RANDOM FACTS About Me

1. I was born with a Olympic-level talent in parallel parking. I’ve never practiced yet I can parallel park my SUV in a space the size of a postage stamp.

2. I used to manage a rock-n-roll band.  Although no one gives 2 shits what I used to do now that I’m a mom.

3. I twirled the baton competitively until I was in high school. Haven’t touched one in a long time, but I can still do the sugar-bowl.

4. Tearing pictures of beauty products out of magazines is a major compulsion,but all I do is collect them in drawers for 3 years then throw them away.

5. I am both a perfectionist and terribly, terribly impatient — two such opposing personality traits that I often end up nothing but frustrated.

6. I’ve wanted to be a writer since before I could write anything.  My parents still have my first book:  a folded piece of plan white paper with a drawing of a stick figure inside.

7. I think you really can tell something about people from their shoes.

8. Despite what my first resume out of college may have said, I am not really a people person.

9. I spent almost 3 weeks on complete hospital bed rest and then delivered my son at 29 1/2 weeks gestation. That saga has been going on since January 15, 2012.  Spoiler alert:  he’s all good now.

10. I think everyone needs to get and keep their own life. Even mommies.

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