Good Dad / Bad Dad: The Do's And Don'ts From The Trenches
Fatherhood 101-without the trial-and-error. David George's father died when he was three months old. As the youngest in his family-and the only boy-he had no male role model. When he married, he had two children-both boys. David, an award-winning advertising copywriter, had to figure everything out for himself, asking: "Did I make the right decision?" "Was I a good or a bad dad?" The result is Good Dad/Bad Dad, a Daddy 101 manual-minus the trial and error. Topics range from baby-proofing your house to setting up a 529 college plan and everything in between. Conversational, boisterous, and sometimes irreverent, it's like getting expert advice from a favorite buddy, with humor and a whole lot of heart.
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