Life Lessons for Dad Tea Parties, Tutus and All Things Pink

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 5/1/2014
  • Publisher: B&H Books
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“Savor every moment you have together. Today she might be crawling around the house in diapers, tomorrow you’re handing her the keys to the car, and before you know it, you’re walking her down the aisle.”
Drawn from the vastly popular Life to Her Years blog, this instantly likeable gift book for dads with daughters pairs endearing photographs with hundreds of plainspoken parenting truths and advices that are uniquely funny, wise, heartwarming, mind blowing—sometimes all at once.
“Boys will break her heart. So will mean girls, stray puppies, and devastating athletic losses. Be there to help pick up the pieces.”
The perfect present for Father’s Day, other milestone occasions, or just for fun, Life Lessons for Dad is a full-color reminder of the social and spiritual responsibilities that parenthood requires, a special collection reflecting upon every aspiration and inspiration involving your little girl who gets bigger every day.
“Be careful how often you tell her to hurry up. One day you may wish you'd slowed down.”

Author Biography

Michael Mitchell is the Director of Admissions and Recruiting at Oklahoma Christian University and the author of the blog, "Life to Her Years: Life Lessons for Dads Who Love their Daughters." When he's not busy wearing those two hats, Michael enjoys trying to balance his efforts to be a good husband to Annaleise, father to IIsabella Grace and Benjamin Gray, a man of God, a modern abolitionist in the fight against human trafficking, and an avid consumer of good books, good music, and dark coffee.

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