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Hello my friends! I’m Clint Edwards, the celebrated author of Anxiously Ever After, Father-ish, Silence is a Scary Sound, and I’m Sorry…Love, Your Husband. I write the column Screen Time hosted by Netflix and I’m the founder of the wildly popular No Idea What I’m Doing: a daddy blog. My stories have been featured by the New York Times, The Washington Post, Parents, and, Redbook. For five years I was a staff writer for Scary Mommy, and I have awkwardly appeared on many national TV shows.

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Clint Edwards is the author of 4 books. He writes the column Screen Time hosted by Netflix and is the founder of the popular daddy blog No Idea What I’m Doing. His stories have been featured by the New York Times, The Washington Post, and others.