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A funny look at childhood's lost, magical moments, viewed through the heart of a father. Crawling, walking, play dates, hopscotch, hibiscuses, potty training, princess dresses, gymnastics classes - and Baby Dolphins - the whole wide world of her questions and his answers.

©2013 Dan Alatorre (P)2014 Dan Alatorre

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Funny, enchanting, and heart-wrenching.

If you could sum up Savvy Stories: Funny Things I Learned from My Daughter in three words, what would they be?

In Savvy Stories, Dan tells stories about life as a middle-aged man raising his first child, and a girl no less. We go through the parent's struggle in conceiving, carrying, and having a child, then follow the father through all the ups and downs of raising said child.

What did you like best about this story?

The stories are funny, informational, heart-wrenching, and relatable, even for someone like me who doesn't have any children. My husband and I are nearing forty...wow, that was hard to write. Anyway, we don't plan to have children, but if we did, I could see this as our life. The uniqueness of this story is that this couple isn't in their twenties. They are raising their first child in a point in their life when most of their siblings and friends are preparing for grandchildren.