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3 people found this helpful
Clever insights about parenting
on January 18, 2016
Since I became a mother I got interested in books about people's experiences as parents, and soon found out they're all the same. Well, Dad is fat is a different one, with clever insights that are dead on. It starts to decline towards the end, as if Jim is justifying to the world his decision of having five children, and it ends up becoming a "diary", but I enjoyed the first half, let's say, so much that I felt the five stars are well deserved.