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Adrian Kulp hadn't planned to be a stay-at-home dad, but when his working wife asked him to take care of his toddler daughter and infant son, he couldn't refuse. That, of course, didn't mean that he felt that he was well-prepared to do the job. That lack of training and the improvisations that it caused him became the subject of, first, a popular blog and, now, this book. (The next step is a film, the rights of which have already been optioned.) Dad or Alive manages to balance its self-deprecating admissions of incompetence with sweet stories of Ava, Charlie—and himself growing up. A trade paperback original.