For example, the first morning, he is impatient and makes gross terrible french toast. But by the end, his french toast is perfect. At first, he drops his son off and rushes to work, not even glancing behind them. By the end, he looks behind him the entire way as he goes away to work. First, his priority was work work work, but now his child is his priority. In fact, he even changes jobs to one that will better allow him to take care of his child.
Dustin did an amazing acting job. I really believed that he was a frustrated workaholic that magically transformed into a superdad when his child needed him the most. I didn't really like Meryl Streep's character, because she abadoned her child, but maybe she had her own reason for doing that.
Then one day, Joanna reappears and wants her son back! What follows is a bitter hateful custody battle in court, where lawyers coerce them to be mean to each other. Later, Joanna realizes that Ted is the best person to take care of her son, and she gives up her custody battle. I will give this film an 8/10.