Dadskills: How to Be an Awesome Father
You’re the kind of guy who has mastered opening a beer without an opener. You can drift a car like a stuntman and fix the dishwasher that just flooded your kitchen. Dad-dom? You’ve got this – thanks to the handy know-how in the chapters of Dadskills. Its six age-specific chapters cover the full spectrum of fathering from welcoming your new bundle of joy in the delivery room to bundling your burden, er, big kid off to college. Along the way, author Chris Peterson – a veteran home improvement writer – imparts practical advice with tongue-in-cheek humor that’ll make the daunting demands of fatherhood feel totally do-able. Give it a read, and you’ll be an expert on essential dad duties like surviving a wife in labor, managing a toddler’s temper tantrum and having “the talk” with your teen. Will the book prepare you for every challenge of dadding? Probably not. But you’re sure to learn a lesson or 12 that’ll come in handy.
- All the tips and insights you need to keep kids happy, safe and healthy – while staying sane along the way
- Organized by life stage, so you can find advice really fast – like how to swaddle a squalling newborn, motivate a reluctant student and teach your teen to drive without giving either one of you a heart attack
- Flexibound; 224 pages
- 7½"H x 5¾"W