• Paperback: 198 pages
  • Publisher: Marcinson Press
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0996720707
  • ISBN-13: 978-0996720700
  • Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches

Geezer Dad

How I Survived Infertility Clinics, Fatherhood Jitters, Adoption Wait Limbo, and Things That Go “Waaa” in the Night

Written by Tom LaMarr

They thought it was about time to have a kid. No big deal. Until it was. Then their lives went from fooling around to hormone shots, test tubes, embarrassing doctor visits, and more. But there’s no sad, mopey story here. Tom LaMarr handles the journey to fatherhood like he handles the rest of life – with enough humor to make even the most stoic wanna-be-dad laugh with recognition. Follow this funny father on his quest to become the one thing that eluded him: becoming the someone she calls “Daddy.”


“Tom LaMarr shares humor, humility and honesty in a book that could not have been easy to write, but I am so glad he did. His belief that ‘a sense of humor is essential in surviving infertility’ allows him to share this journey that is sometimes painful, but always inspiring.” – Lee via Amazon Reviews

“As an adoptive parent I am always looking for new adoption information, stories or memoirs. This book gives a unique slant on adoption-a humorous older dad`s personal story. Though there are plenty of serious moments, I caught myself laughing out loud at some of the author`s personal jabs at himself and the process that finally connects him and his wife to their daughter. I found the book to be a fast easy read. I would recommend it to anyone who may be considering adoption, has adopted, is an older parent (especially older dads) or anyone in the mood for a different and VERY funny story.” – Marian via Amazon Reviews

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