I've read it. oh - I'm a mama. I got it for DH w/the impending birth of his 1st baby. He never read it, he didnt refuse, just never read it. I really liked it. It seems better suited for a woman or a man that already has children and can appreciate it. it weaves a wonderful tale from beginning to end of not only being a father but also a loving spouse. He's a wonderful storyteller. He gives immense admiration to the role a wife/mother/woman plays in a person's life. Maybe that's why I liked it so much
. I guess it's not really "better suited" for someone with children already, it's just in the same vein as - you know when people tell you that you love your children more than anything else in the world that they are probably right, but you don't KNOW how it *feels* until you have them. Does that make sense. It's def a good read. It would be great to read pre=baby and then again in a few years post baby.