My rating: 4 of 5 stars
When Sam Holden gets the sack from work he finds himself swapping the childcare role with his wife Sally. He is thrown into the battleground of looking after a 3 year old and a 1 year old, plus trying to juggle all the household duties as well.
Needless to say, Sam starts drowning in domestic duties. So he decides to implement a management plan to resolve the chaos. The children and the situations that Sam finds himself in don’t fit in to his management plan. He’s banned from the supermarket, nearly lets the baby choke, falls out with his mother-in-law, has to call 999 for an ambulance and ends up trying to inflict pain upon himself just to get out of all duties.
It takes a lot of domestic disasters and dishonesty before Sam realises that his family are the most important thing to him. In the end not even getting his old job back can persuade him to change his mind as Sam decides that he can be happy being a Househusband.
This is a funny tale, childcare and running a household is definitely a hard job.
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