Sunday, September 20, 2015
This book was filled with the humor I have come to expect from Jim Gaffigan's stand up routines; good, clean stories with a tip of the hat to the satiric experience of living everyday life. This book particularly centered around the trials and triumphs of parenthood. While I don't think the book ever made me laugh out loud, I did enjoy the humorous accounts of Gaffigan's struggles in being a father. I am certain this book would be more amusing to people with children of their own, though it makes for a light and pleasant read for the unencumbered as well.