Dad or Alive: Adrian Kulp’s New Book Will Make You Spit Milk Out Of Your Nose

**Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book to facilitate my honest review. All opinions are my own.**




In fact, make sure that you aren’t drinking hot coffee while you’re reading. Really. This is a lukewarm or cold beverage kind of book. Don’t say that I didn’t warn you.

Anyone who’s been a parent, or has taken care of a child knows, that there are a whole lot of funny situations mixed up with the poignant ones. Parenthood is often ridiculous, and Adrian Kulp, a dad who found himself going from a high profile job as an entertainment industry executive to being thrust into the role of Stay at Home Dad….a role which, in Adrian’s case, came with a little getting used to and much hilarity.

Truths from Adrian:

“Running in a loaded Baby Bjorn is like one Siamese twin running a race while the other one just hangs around watching.”

“Forty Minutes in a restaurant with two babies and no food is like being ball-gagged and waterboarded at Guantanamo.”

“She was a mini Lou Ferrigno, her little legs bulging and ready to tear through her onesie.  Her ten-month-old kegs wanted to walk and there was little I could do to stop them.”


But you don’t have to take my word for it (obscure Reading Rainbow reference 😉

I’m excited to be able to give away a copy of this book so that you can check it out for yourself.  If you don’t win, you really should buy a copy though.

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43 thoughts on “Dad or Alive: Adrian Kulp’s New Book Will Make You Spit Milk Out Of Your Nose

  1. I’d give this book to a coworker whose expecting her first grandchild soon.

  2. I liked the book Operating Instructions: A Journal on my Son’s First Year by Anne Lamott

  3. My brother who sometimes has to stay at home with the kids. His gf has two boys and they just had a baby 2 months ago. Of course I’d read it first because I think it would be hilarious.

  4. Parenting book….not sure because none of them really had all the answers. One I did really enjoy reading was, “So What: A Single Mom’s Guide To Staying Sane In The 21st Century” its really informational and fun at the same time.

  5. I would givr this to one of my food friends after I read it first.

  6. This guys cracks me up. He seems to me like the male version of Holdin Holden which happens to be the best blog I’ve ever followed! I would love to read his book. Just had surgery and could use some good laughs!!

  7. Holdin’ Holden is a woman named Jenny. She wrote Musings of a 20 something mom and the perils of being a mommy blogger. She really puts parenting in perspective. Lol.

  8. My all time favorite parenting book is Dr. James Dobson’s THE STRONG WILLED CHILD.

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