Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Book Review: Daddy Dates

The road map for any dad to raise a strong and confident daughter.

I think that men need to help out other men be accountable to each other encourage each other exhort each other in the Lord.

I appreciate this book because I think that Greg took it to heart that Fathers should be a hero to their daughters. I just love to see when a daddy connects with his daughter, to me it is a picture of God and his children.

Greg does not come on like he has it all together he is learning as he goes trying to be the best Dad God has created him to be.

Greg gives stories about dates he had with his daughters as well as stories from their family life. He also gives ideas of dates that Fathers and Daughters can have together.

This book is an encouragement to Fathers to build a relationship with their daughters.

DISCLOSURE OF MATERIAL CONNECTION: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishing. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255


Kara Plank said...

Hhhhmmmm...I'll have to get this book! Andy enjoyed that father/daughter "date" in March, and I could see him doing that more often.

Anonymous said...

This sounds interesting. What kinds of things do they do on their "dates"? (I'm all for fathers and daughters spending time together, but word date is a strange choice for it!)

Angie @ said...

Andy can read this one if he wantes. We would be happy to share it with you all.
Most of the ideas are for tweens and teens though.

Some of the ideas are:
A stroll date
A dinner date
A craft or hobby date
Learning Date

+ Several otheres. There is also a section to read after each idea.

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