What do the sex lives of cave women, the music of Bob Dylan, and the batting styles of the Yankees have to do with surviving the craziness of fatherhood? They’re all part of a new attitude called Dadditude-born in this fresh take on the pratfalls and occasional successes of being a dad. When Phil Lerman, nearly fifty, quits his job as producer of one of the longest-running network TV shows, he believes a lifetime of management will carry him through his new job of full-time fatherhood. But he soon learns how a three-year-old can take that belief and stuff cheese balls in its ear. Drawing parenting lessons from all the wrong places, Lerman arrives at the right answers in raising his son-and discovers that in the process of losing your mind, you can find your heart.