"It’s hell. I can’t stand it!"
Oh, Carla, you attention whore. I want the whole context and the inflection. I can think of a hundred ways those words could have been spoken (assuming they were spoken). There's a way to say it that actually means "of course, it's wonderful." There's a context in which it refers only to a part of the experience, such as the way you don't get much time alone with your husband anymore.
But Carla appropriates the line to spice up the book she's selling.
I'm giving Michelle a complete pass on this one.
ADDED: Ed Driscoll assembles a lot of background material, including something I said a while ago.