It was with much anticipation that I awaited this book provided for me from booksneeze.com, free of charge for the purpose of reading and writing a review of it. I am not a daddy. But I am a daughter, albeit a grown one. My Dad was a good man, I can not say he prepared me for womanhood as thoroughly as Mr. Wright is striving.
For starters, the tone and rhythm of the writing is easy going and entertaining. I had several laugh out loud moments at his observations of the female species and a few tears as well. As a woman, I nodded several times as he made an observation of our species that I had to admit to. One such statement early in the book is "Pursuing a relationship with your daughter is a conscious choice, and it takes energy and imagination and (and there's no way around this) the willingness to deal with messy emotions and questionable logic." I can't disagree.
The book is full of touching examples of his adventures with his daughters. This book would be an excellent read for any man who finds his home overrun with estrogen bearing children. With caution to take things slowly and build trust, Mr. Wright gives great direction on building a relationship with your daughters that will help you navigate the mine fields of the teen years. It might be somewhat predictable, and some might argue that the book is just common sense. But what I have observed and experienced, is that many fathers don't put the effort into parenting daughters into confident women.
I definitely would recommend this to any father who finds himself looking into the eyes of a newborn wrapped in a pink blanket and questioning..."what do I do now?"
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