I Said Stop Throwing Peas! Dammit! Whether we've inherited his nose, sense of humor, or entire value system, our dads loom large in who we are and the choices we make. In this collection of true life tales from the trenches of parenting, Heather B. Armstrong, creator of dooce.com, brings together some of the best and brightest voices of the blogosphere to share their fears, foibles, and fantastic moments of fatherhood. Bracingly funny, cheerfully cranky, and always honest, this charming collection of essays redefines the notion of the qmodern American family, q and reads like a love letter to fatherhood. Heather B. Armstrong is the award winning publisher of dooceAr. She gained notoriety in 2002 as one of the first people to be fired because of a blog, and in 2005 dooce.com was chosen by Time magazine as one of the 50 Coolest Websites. Armstrong has been on Good Morning America, CNN, NPR, and ABC's World News Tonight as a featured commenter on both blogging and postpartum depression, as well as profiled in the New York Times Sunday Style section and the Washington Post Weekend Magazine. She was published in Real Simple's Family edition in August, 2007. Armstrong lives in Salt Lake City, Utah with her husband, daughter, and dog.My dad came to New York by himself to visit me a few years ago, and we had a great time together. ... One of my favorite memories is my father cutting across other runners right before the finish line of one of his races to kiss my mom on the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Things I Learned About My Dad in Therapy Essays|
|Author||:||Heather B Armstrong|
|Publisher||:||Kensington Publishing Corp. - 2009-05-01|