Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Dad or Alive: Confessions of a Stay-at-Home Dad

If I'd picked up anything from the men in my life, uncles, and married peers, it was 'don't mess with pregnant women.' - Adrian Kulp
Photo Courtesy of DadOrAlive.com
Days after his wife delivered their first child, Adrian Kulp lost his job in the high-octane entertainment industry. With the family's income cut in half, Kulp had to take on the most challenging role of his life: stay-at-home dad. He found that no memoir or parenting book offered the raw, unedited and often hilarious truth of raising children- so he decided to write it himself.

now the executive-turned-diaper-changer shares his laugh-out-loud confessions, observations, and (mis)adventures in DAD OR ALIVE: Confessions of a Stay-at-Home Dad.

When he learned he was about to become a father, Adrian Kulp was essentially a teenage boy trapped in the body of a thirty-two-year-old high -powered executive. He quickly got rid of his Phillies memorabilia, packed up his GI Joes, and helped convert their guest bedroom from man cave to nursery... during game 5 of the World Series. Good-bye, sticky beer cozy. Hello, Diaper Genie.

Based on his mercilessly funny and brutally honest blog of the same name, DAD OR ALIVE is the hilarious story of one man's journey from bringing home the bacon to frying it-- along with cleaning the crib, playing dress up with his daughter, and discovering the existence of sidewalk stroller rage.

About the Author:
Adrian Kulp worked as a comedy booking agent for CBS late night television, executive at Adam Sandler's Happy Madison Productions, and Vice President of Development at Chelsea Handler's Borderline Amazing Productions. He lives in Maryland with his wife and two kids, Ava and Charlie. You can read more about him at his website DadOrAlive.com

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