Glad to Be Dad: A Call to Fatherhood

Glad to Be Dad: A Call to Fatherhood

by Tim J. Myers, Thomas Moran

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After staying home with his two sons for a year and his daughter since her infancy, Tim Myers knows all about being a stay-at-home parent. He knows the most effective cleaning products, which snacks to buy, and has developed a “housemaid’s knee.” He has experienced first-hand the profound influence fathers have on their children, along with the challenges of being a committed parent. By recounting personal experiences, offering honest, sincere opinions, and including quizzes for fatherly-preparedness, Tim Myers emphasizes the importance of fatherly contribution and influence in the home. He shows fathers that they are not only vital to home life, but that fatherhood also brings great joy into men’s lives, not to mention a surprising amount of plain old fun. In addition, Myers details the essential role of fathers, and the very real (and sometimes frustrating) transition into taking an active role in home life. Poignant, funny, and inspiring, Glad to be Dad is perfect for both aspiring fathers and seasoned veterans.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781938301001
Publisher: Familius
Publication date: 08/01/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 270
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Tim J. Myers is a writer, storyteller, songwriter, visual artist, and senior lecturer at Santa Clara University in Silicon Valley. His work has made the New York Times bestseller list for children's books, been reviewed with art in the Times, and been read aloud on NPR, among other honors; visit him at

Table of Contents

1.      The Way It Is      
2.      Two Hours in the Life       
3.      Your New Stress Chart       
4.      Homelife: The Benefits to Men      
5.      Your Child      
6.      Home Management: Some Do’s and Don’ts      
7.      Lost Children      
8.      Your Kid’s Development: The Important Stuff    
9.      So You Think It’s Easy?       
10.   Men at Home: Action and Inaction       
11.   The Male As Domestic Wanna-Be    
12.   Men and Women: Domestic Differences       
13.   The Smoking Ruins of Your Sexual-Romantic Life       
14.   The Male As Domestic Warrior      
15.   Our First Goodbye  

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