Can an imbecile be a great dad? Sam Delaney hopes so.
A mop of black hair, wrinkled skin, a blueish-grey complexion and pretty, open eyes that dart around the room. You could call her scary and weird-looking I suppose but I quite like her.
Sam Delaney is happy: he is a new dad. He plans to be a caring, wise and reliable father.
Except he worries he might be none of those things. He worries that he might be an idiot. His nieces and nephews see him as a lovable buffoon. He is a clumsy oaf and sporadic binge-drinker who doesn t have a proper job and cites Teen Wolf s dad as his biggest role model. Is he really fit for this new position of responsibility?
There s only one way he ll be able to find out. Follow Sam in his first year of fatherhood as he tries to figure out what a good dad should be, and, even more importantly, what sort of dad he should be.
Amusing portrait of a kidult adjusting to the first year of first-time fatherhood - Bookseller
A laugh-out-loud book about the trials, tribulations and rewards of fatherhood. Insightful and funny - Heat - 5 star review