★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5 stars, I loved it.
Author Bio via the publisher: Greg Pembroke is the father of two sons (and the husband of one wife) from Rochester, NY. He works part time as radio advertising copywriter three days per week and stays home with his young sons two days per week.
This book is absolutely hilarious, more so if you are a parent or around small children a lot! It is a glimpse into the life of a parent or caregiver. Children are brand new to this planet and they are unfamiliar with it's ways and customs. They don't quite understand our speech and we definitely don't understand their logic. This book is a testament to all of those things.
I personally loved this book. My son is past this age, his tantrums are generally rooted in reason now but that didn't lessen my enjoyment of it. I was reminded of the days when a broken piece of cheese, a refusal to let him explore something dangerous or allowing him to dress himself could result in a sobbing fit on his part and complete disbelief on mine. I also found that along with all of the hilarity of this book it is a reminder to me as a person that everyone has their own perspective. Even between adults a comment or action can be interpreted differently by everyone involved. It is a small reminder to take a moment and think about the people around me each day and remember that everyone has their own thoughts, troubles and joys that I may not even know about.
You can find out more about this book on the publisher's website here.
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I received a copy of this book from blogging for books in exchange for an honest review.