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Fortysomething Father Kindle Edition ç Fortysomething Father Epub Ð fortysomething free, father ebok, Fortysomething FatherFortysomething Father PDF/EPUBWhen Jason Ayres and his wife Claire discussed what they would do after the birth of their first child, he had no doubts about the future “I wanted to take a break from my career I’m older than my wife – I wasthen – and she didn’t want to be a stayathome mum, because ather career was only just beginning,” he said [Excerpt from Oxford Mail interview, September ] So for the past six years he has stayed at home looking after their sons Oliver, six, and Jamie, three This book is a collection of humorous tales about life as a stay at home dad along with musings on various other topics he encounters in his daily life From trying to track down the perfect buffet to nurturing an unhealthy obsession with crisps, the topics are many and varied Whether readers are looking in particular for tales of the ups and downs of parenting small children, or just want some lighthearted easy reading humour, they will find plenty to entertain them here in overpages chronicling one year of the writer's life This book is the first in a series of the Stay At Home Dad diaries The second, Austerity Dad, was released in July You can keep up with Jason's latest musings via his weekly newspaper column Stay At Home Dad in the Oxford Mail newspaper or online or follow him on Twitter @AusterityDad.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 327
  • Fortysomething Father
  • Jason Ayres
  • English
  • 06 July 2019
  • null

About the Author: Jason Ayres

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  1. Whistlers Mom Whistlers Mom says:

    Kindle Edition ç Fortysomething Father Epub Ð fortysomething free, father ebok, Fortysomething FatherFortysomething Father PDFEPUBThe thing you have to understand about Ayres' books is that there's more in them than you would guess from the titles. Yes, there's a lot in here about his kids, but there are also chapters about his 15-year career in marketing, his current sideline as a DJ, his struggles with cell phones, and his obsession with fried potatoes in all forms. He's an intelligent, thoughtful, curious man and it shows in his writing.

    He's fascinated with his two sons and their differences. The older son is mildly autistic and having a full-time parent in the home is crucial to helping him develop his potential. The younger one is an energetic dare-devil and provides an interesting contrast to his brother.

    As a man who delayed marriage and fatherhood until his late thirties, the author is well aware of the uncer

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