Not many parents would publicly admit that they thought about throwing their sleep-deprivation-inducing newborn off a balcony. But writer Michael Lewis decided that it was important to tell the ugly truth about the development of parental love. In his book "Home Game,"
he talks about learning to be a father to his three children. Lewis talks to The Takeaway about the joys and travails of being a dad.
Read an excerpt from his book
, Home Game.
"If you wanted to extract a confession from a terrorist, just make him take care of my child for a week. That would be enough."
— "Home Game" author Michael Lewis