Be the Dad You Wish You Had!: 52 Lessons My Kids Made Me Learn

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WestBow Press, Mar 23, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 120 pages
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Encouraging Dads to Enjoy the Adventure of Raising Their Kids!
(Like the time Junior jumped off the roof.)
(When they say ‘that’ word; in public!)
Contact Sports!
(Remember tickle fights on the living room floor?)
Beautiful Girls!
(With ponytails, freckles and ice-cream smiles.)
And Much More!

Jerry Hines has covered all the bases for Dads who love their kids, but don’t know quite what to do with them! Here are more than fifty short stories to make you laugh, and encourage you to think about the incredibly important man you are to your kids, their mother, and their friends.

“Dads, let’s keep it simple! Get yourself a cup of coffee and read Jerry’s book about being a good dad. Brother Hines puts it in ‘Dad Language’ and doesn’t pull any punches. The stories are short and easy to read . . . but there are many gold nuggets of truth in these stories. So, read it – finish your coffee, and go Be the Dad!”
Dr. Dennis “The Swan” Swanberg
America’s Minister of Encouragement


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