Synopses & Reviews
In the number one New York Times bestseller Couplehood, Paul Reiser wrote about the highs and lows of falling in love and getting married ? and the heartbreak and hilarity that comes with it. In Babyhood, he turned his sharply observant eye to the experiences of having a brand-new family. And now in Familyhood, Reiser shares his observations on parenting, marriage, and mid-life with the wit, warmth, and humor that he's so well-known for.From the first experience of sending his two boys off to summer camp ? the early feelings of gleeful freedom in an empty house, to realizing how empty the house actually was ? to maneuvering the minefield of bad words learned at school, this hilarious new book captures the spirit of familyhood, the logical next frontier for Reiser's trademark perspective on the universal truths of life, love, and relationships.
In keeping with the theme of his two previous New York Times bestsellers, Couplehood and Babyhood, Reiser will bring his trademark warmth and razor-sharp wit to bear on observations about parenting, marriage, and midlife. Fueled by his experiences of raising two young sons, ages 10 and 15, with his wife of twenty-two years, this new book looks at the funny truths, heartbreaks, and small victories of being a family today.Paul Reiser said of the new audiobook, ?After many years of trying to master the art of being a great husband and father, I?ve decided to write this book so my children will finally have all the proof they need that I have no idea what I?m doing.?