The author, a writer and actor gives us a unique view of parenting, that of raising children as gay parents. I did love a look into Bucatinsky's life with children, and found it encouraging and real. He also described the experience as "the hardest and, most interestingly, the most masculine thing I've ever done. The first attempt dried up when the mother continually avoided drug testing and, when pressed, falsified a clean test. It was both hilarious and sweet, insightful and brutally honest. There's a universal truth hidden beneath humorous accounts of little Jonah pulling the fire alarm in an East Coast hotel, and five-year-old Eliza's burgeoning awareness of her "front tushie.
It is the exploration of two men who have different backgrounds and try to find a common ground in not only parenting, but cultural traditions.
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Only on one occasion has anybody continued to give us dirty looks.