Friday, October 31, 2014

The Smart Dad's Guide to Daughters

The Smart Dad's Guide to Daughters
101 Real-World Tips to Improve Your Relationship and Save Your Sanity
Jess MaCcallum and Dale Reeves
If you have a daughter, you need this book. Written by two dads who have been there, each tip is filled with practical and useful advice to apply to your relationship with your daughter. The tip is outlined and then the rest of the chapter has scripture, the author's interpretation and a section called Taking Inventory. This section is all about how to apply it to your situation.

First off, I'm a mom. But with each of these tips, I saw things that I know my daughter would love doing with her dad. Some of them he's already implemented. This is the type of book that a busy father would actually read. It isn't a large book, the tips are outlined simply, and logic is used. I can give this to my husband and be confident that it won't end up buried in dust on his nightstand. But the main thing that I liked, was that I was able to take away some thoughts for myself as well. Definitely a book that all fathers should be reading.

I received this book free of charge from Barbour in exchange for my honest review.

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