Wisdom for Dad, Hugh Weber’s latest parenting book, is on sale, and you should buy it today, April 15th. It features the bite-sized wisdom of Hugh and a number of other dad, including myself.
We’re trying to get this thing to number one, and to help encourage you to buy today, Hugh is giving out free eBook versions when you email him your receipt.
How to get the free eBook:
- Visit http://bit.ly/dadwisdom
- Purchase the book
- Forward your Amazon.com receipt to hugh [at] dudetodad.com
That’s it! Hugh will take it from there, and you’ll have Wisdom for Dad on any digital reading device you own. This is particularly handy when you’re having a panic attack and need to read some comforting words from men who have been there before (and had their own panic attacks).
Help this book get to #1. Buy it today!
As if it was obvious, Ian told us, “When I was a meerkat, I lived in a cave.” Being a parent means fielding strange tales from tiny people. We were driving when Ian made his announcement, and he regaled us for several blocks.
After the cave, he lived in a cage on a farm. He lived with lots of other meerkats. The meerkats fought “all over each udder.” His name wasn’t “Ian”, it was something closer to “Baseball Sandwich.” (I’ve forgotten exactly what it was.)
“What did you eat as a meerkat?” I asked him.
“Um… um… um… I just forgot.”
Stumped him, I thought, feeling too proud of my dubious victory. Of course, Ian embodied this animal identity well before he was born. He was born a human boy, but anything is possible before that. Why not a meerkat?
After all, I very distinctly remember telling my parents about my past life: as a college student.
If you are horribly, terribly lazy, I’ve embedded the episode below. But… you should really take a look at your life.