Home Game: An Accidental Guide to Fatherhood
Pages no: 191
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, Biography Memoir
Light and amusing. One wonders if most fathers feel this way.
Talking about your children in public is like talking about sex: it's Freudian as hell, the things you say tend to be gendered, and you upset your audience with all the stickiness, cussing, and genitals. But like sex talk, it can be totally fun, as Lewis' book shows. When I was pregnant with my firs...
Teaser: If you have a weak mind, are unable to turn off your "I am sooo offended brain cells", wear polyester shorts, have plastic on your furniture, and just can't bear to see a naughty word, skip this review.Take 1: My wife and I are listening to this while driving up into Minnesota on vacation (m...
Quite funny, and slight--which is not a snipe but a statement of fact. I loved these short, ragged essays the first time I read (the bulk of) them at Slate, and it was nice to see the rough arc across them. Lewis is consistently funny--and not just because kids testing out profanities in shame-ind...
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