Mick Brannigan is a good worker and a better father, but when he loses his job, neither he nor his wife Layne is sure that his life calling is that of a stay at home dad. But when Layne's career takes off and their son Dylan starts showing signs of developmental problems, Mick doesn't seem to have a choice. What with having to do laundry, making sure the fridge stays full, and the kids aren't emotionally scarred from being cared for by their dad, Mick finds that his hands, and his heart, are fuller than they've ever been. W. Dale Cramer, softcover, 395 pages.
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