Dads are surrounded by Dadmin. It neatly describes everything Dads do at home and with their family. From cleaning the car to mowing the lawn, taking the kids to sports club and catching spiders in the bathroom. Dads are either doing Dadmin, being told to do Dadmin or are actively avoiding Dadmin. Note: you can never avoid doing Dadmin.
Dadmin: a sort of guide to being a Dad is a must-have for all fathers. Whether you’re a new Dad, a Dad with teenagers or even a Grandad, it’s full of funny tips, cheats, notes and nods. This book is packed with advice on stuff like how to take rubbish to the dump, how to be a DIY hero and how to charge 17 mobile devices at the same time. Have a read, have a laugh… and then get back to your Dadmin, of course.
Paperback - 116 pages.
Author Kevin Pettman is the proud owner of two little people and his days are full of Dadmin duties. He’s somehow mastered the art of making spag bol, putting up a shelf and painting the shed all at the same time. Every other Bank Holiday he’s allowed an afternoon off from Dadmin.