Don't Forget Father's Day - A Unique Gift Idea For All
Whether it's for a new dad, an expecting dad, or a dad who has been one for a long time, the highly acclaimed "The Dysfunctional Father's Guide to Pregnancy, Birth and Babies" will give him (and his wife) a good chuckle - something we could all use.
Kurt Johnson on Amazon said “I am a father of three, and I must say that I thought that I was the only dysfunctional father in the world. Imagine my surprise when I found out that there were other men out there just like me! ....
He went on to say "I laughed my way all the way through this book, and think that it is one of the funniest books that I have seen in a long time. I highly recommend it to every man who is a survivor of labor and delivery! (I am not sure that anyone else will get it).”
Well, women got it too. From The Dirty Shirt Blog comes: “This is a great book and a smooth read, if you don’t mind stopping every other page to laugh. I even had to run in to the next room at one point and say to my husband “This is so you!” So if you are looking for a great book to read this is one!”
And A Busy Mommy blog added, “OK folks, I have to tell everyone about this book. One of the funniest reads I've had in a while. I completely enjoyed every moment spent reading (it)”
Bryan Carey writing on both Amazon and Epinions.com recommends the book and says:
“The baby experience is certainly a joy for some fathers- to- be, but others feel it is an unavoidable evil and the authors of this book offer their own humorous take on the (anti) joys of fatherhood and what you, the dysfunctional dad, can do to make the experience a little more tolerable. It is a little offensive, but the humor avoids crossing the line and most will find it at least a fairly pleasant diversion from the seriousness of everyday parenthood.”
Reasonably priced at $14.95 US or less, the book is available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Chapters/Indigo and other book sellers.
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