Dadspirations: The 1st 100 Days of Fatherhood by Pete Densmore

DADspirations_PeteDensmore_HeadshotAbout The Author:
Father of two, Pete Densmore doesn’t consider himself an expert in parenthood by any means. He makes the same number of mistakes as every other parent and doesn’t have any fancy combination of letters after his name. Densmore believes that anyone can be an inspired dad as long as he wants to put the time, effort and heart into becoming one.



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About The Book:

Genre: Parenting | Inspirational | Fatherhood
Publisher: DADspirations
Released: August 1, 2012

Paperback: 176 pages

Language: English

ISBN-10: 061566363X

ISBN-13: 978-0615663630

Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.4 x 8 inches
Amazon Price (Paperback): $13.95
Amazon Price (Kindle ): $7.99




Book
Description:



DADspirations:
The 1st 100 Days of Fatherhood

is a fast-reading, humorous book which includes an actionable
checklist of essential ideas to help inspire dads to become the best
father they can be. In short, this book offers a strategy for the
expecting/new father focusing on 35 weekly ideas that Dad can do for
himself, his wife and his newborn. A few of these ideas, which
Densmore refers to as DADspirations, include:
  • Develop
    a baby birth time capsule, which captures all of the precious
    moments from a day you’re likely to forget.
  • Send
    your loving wife to the spa, which secures for you an afternoon of
    introducing Bob Ross and Kung Fu to your baby.
  • Build
    a toy box, which gives you the perfect excuse to spend an entire day
    alone in the garage with power tools and beer.
  • Make
    up a holiday, which affords time for infant and grandma to bond, and
    gives you and your wife time for nookie.


Testimonials

 

GoodReads Reviews (3 out of 3 reviews)
  1. Josee Phillip, December 10, 2012: Thank you for Goodreads and to the author for providing me a free copy of this wonderful book. I read this book along with one of my good male friends who is expecting a baby girl. This book is fun and realistic and makes a future dad “as ready as can be” to take upon this terrific challenge. I ended up giving him the copy of he book; he can always learn something new.
  2. Jennifer Dilks, December 13, 2012: Hilarious! This book should be required reading for all new dads. And those who aren’t “new”…there’s always room for improvement, right? A comical outlook on the first 100 days of fatherhood, with enough sentimental touch that moms will enjoy reading also. A light-hearted, quick read that would be a perfect gift for the father-to-be. I’m so thankful to have received this book as a Goodreads first-reads giveaway…but I’m passing it along to a friend (a new dad!).
  3. Lacey Gordon, December 16, 2012: I won this book through the GOODREADS GIVEAWAYS and it was a win that I am glad I won. I did read this book but I mostly won it for my husband. I want to give it to him when we start our family. I know he’ll enjoy it as much as me. Great book!
  4. Sandra Slack, January 28, 2013: This book surpassed all my expectations.I wanted it to give to my grandson who is currently “expecting”.This is an ideal “Daddy” gift, to be given during the pregnancy so he can learn his role in the launching of Missy or Junior.Best, would be the expectant parents reading this aloud to each other in the weeks before the actual arrival of the adored bundle of noise, needs and nocturnal disregard, so soon to dominate the household.It is obvious the “Daddy” who wrote this book loves his children and managed to keep his sense of humor through it all.

 

Amazon Reviews (3 out of 10 reviews)

 

  1. Best Book for Dads!!! November 5, 2012: An excellent an awesome book!!! Written by a DAD. Great advice, easy to read, funny and smart, I totally recommend this book to first time Dads. It would help you and entertain you a lot while the first months of your baby. 5 STARS!!
  2. Makes the perfect gift for your buddy who’s about to be a dad! October 15, 2012: This book couldn’t be more perfect for that buddy of yours who’s about to be a dad. Filled with awesome ideas and great tips to make those first couple of months easier on you and mom.
  3. First hand Creativity and Confidence October 14, 2012: Lets be honest, as exciting and miraculous the birth of a child can be for a father, it is an experience that can challenge ones confidence. That is where the book Dadspirations steps in. This first hand account of fatherhood will help calm your nerves, keep you laughing, spark your creativity and give you the confidence you are looking for. It gives you ideas on how to keep daddy, mommy, and baby supported and happy. What a great gift for all the soon-to-be dads in your life or a new perspective for those who already have children.

Excerpt:   


Daddy
Letter For My Daughter
On
the day Marie was born, I was a mess. We had a false labor the
previous day, I had to give a client presenta-tion at work that
morning, and our babysitter for Henry bailed on us, causing a last
minute scramble. When Marie is old enough, I will share with her the
excite-ment, the anxiety and the fear that was bottled up inside me
the day she was born. Every dad is a complete wreck that day, whether
he admits or not. After all, you are in a dimly lit, cold hospital
room, surrounded by strang-ers, while your wife is in pain for hours
on end, you feel helpless to make her feel better, and all while the
best experience in the world is going to happen at any moment.
Looking
back on that day, I want my daughter to know that her dad was
swearing like a sailor as he fought un-precedented traffic at 9:00
p.m. on the way to the hospital; that her dad nearly missed her birth
because he was in the parking lot transferring her brother’s car
seat to grandpa’s car; and that her dad stole a piece of pizza from
the hospital floor’s community refrigerator. (Give me a break; I
hadn’t eaten in twelve hours.) And, above 14 PETE DENSMORE all,
there are three things I want her to know that I was thinking when I
first held her in my arms: boy that pizza was good; how do I make
sure she ends up with a good guy like Daddy; and how do I make sure
she knows that being smart is cool. These are the types of thoughts,
feelings and ideas I will share with my little girl so that she can
understand her OCD father a little bit better.
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2 thoughts on “Dadspirations: The 1st 100 Days of Fatherhood by Pete Densmore

  1. Unknown says:

    Hi Lisa, may I ask you for a favor when you get a moment? if you could send me an email with a reply, it would be much appreciated. Thanks!

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