In theory, life for Sam as a stay-at-home dad is idyllic and stress-free.
Months of honing his childcare programme have enabled him to run a ship-shape home with productive days spent creating finger-print masterpieces, cooking up organic cuisine and polishing the family silver.
In practice, the Holden Childcare Programme has fallen out of favour.
Sam's days are filled with tantrums, food fights and undisclosed amounts of telly watching, and he can't help but feel the aching tedium and financial pinch.
Even the flattering advances of Jodhpur Mum aren't enough to lift his spirits.
But things are about to change dramatically. While Sam's status as a stay-at-home dad goes national via his own hit TV show, WonderHubby, life on the home front quickly spirals out of control ...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 400 pages
- Publisher: Cornerstone
- Publication Date: 25/09/2008
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780099518075
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Review by 26kathryn
This book was ok, but nowhere near as funny as the first book in the series, Diary of a Hapless Househusband.Sam finds himself making a TV show about his parenting techniques. It's all very far fetched and I felt the book was lacking what made me love the first book. I found the first book funny because of the antics of Sam's children, but in this book they barely made an appearance.