[Book Review] Geezer Dad

The memoir Geezer Dad is a side-splitting look at handling infertility and adopting as an older parent.

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Marcinson Press; 2015

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LaMarr’s memoir delivers everything it promises in its subtitle: “How I Survived Infertility Clinics, Fatherhood Jitters, Adoption Wait Limbo, and Things That Go ‘Waaa’ in the Night,” with plenty of humor, as well as raw emotion. It’s refreshing to read about the infertility struggle and intense desire to be a parent from an older father’s perspective. All in all, a thoroughly enjoyable, relatable read.


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