Married to a man who has been through it all before, Sally isn't always sure that she is doing this parenting thing right and if she's wrong... well someone will be sure to correct her. Living with her extrovert husband and his daughter from his first marriage, Sally truly wants to enjoy this time with baby Oliver but the first year is turning out to be more than she ever thought it could be. There's so much more work, much more worrying to do, and it's definitely more exhausting than anything else Sally has ever experienced.
Trying to anticipate all possible dangers to a baby in a modern home is taxing enough. When Sally wakes up after her night out to be told that baby Oliver has a broken arm, Sally's whole world is turned upside down. Oliver is placed in foster care and Sally is prepared to do anything to get him back. Her husband Richard is not accusing her of hurting him, and oddly neither is her teenage stepdaughter Martha. Shouldn't they all be questioning each other?