Sunday, February 19, 2012

Daddy Dates - A book review

Daddy Dates - by Greg Wright
Four Daughter, One Clueless Dad, and his quest to win their hearts  

Greg Wright is the father of 4 daughters.  As they grew older, he felt a burden to capture and hold on to their hearts.  In this book, he shares his journey of what he did and what he learned, in the hopes that other dads might benefit from it on their quest to win their daughters' hearts.

I liked the sound of this book.  I have read and listened to many messages about making sure you have your children's hearts.  So I was curious to read Greg Wright's suggestions. 

He is honest and transparent in his story.  He doesn't claim to have it all together or to know all the answers.  But he does share what he has learned and what works for him.  The book is intended for dads, but I enjoyed reading it.  As a mom, I still learned a lot from it. 

It is so important for children to feel loved and treasured, to know that they matter.  They need to know that their parents are willing to take the time to get to know them and that they will make an effort to be available.

This book is a great place to start and includes lots of detailed advice.

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