A Labor With Love: A Dad's-To-Be Guide To Romance During Pregnancy

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Not only are there physical, physiological, hormonal, and emotional changes in pregnancy. But, romance changes, too. Based on moms', new moms', and moms'-to-be responses, as well as pregnancy professionals, A Labor With Love walks a man through each stage of pregnancy and shows him how to make his pregnant partner feel loved and cared for.

A family is like a house, and Mom and Dad are the foundation. Before Baby arrives, to secure that the foundation is a strong and secure one, ...

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Overview

Not only are there physical, physiological, hormonal, and emotional changes in pregnancy. But, romance changes, too. Based on moms', new moms', and moms'-to-be responses, as well as pregnancy professionals, A Labor With Love walks a man through each stage of pregnancy and shows him how to make his pregnant partner feel loved and cared for.

A family is like a house, and Mom and Dad are the foundation. Before Baby arrives, to secure that the foundation is a strong and secure one, work needs to go into the relationship. Because once Junior makes his arrival, things can get a bit crazy. But, if Mom and Dad maintain a bonding and caring connection (which starts before delivery), the family unit will be a loving one.

A Labor With Love is the book every dad-to-be needs to read and that every mom-to-be will buy for him.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781847287090
  • Publisher: Lulu.com
  • Publication date: 9/24/2006
  • Pages: 152
  • Sales rank: 1,085,427
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.35 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2006

    Essential Reading for Every Father-to-Be

    'A Labor with Love' is the book that every pregnant woman must buy for her husband. This well-researched guide really helps the dad-to-be understand what his pregnant partner is experiencing. Topics for men include: how to ease her physical discomforts, having 'safe' (for the baby) sex, making her feel beautiful, keeping the romance alive, helping out around the house, and showing her that you want to be a part of the pregnancy. And this book is not just for first-time daddies . . . it even describes how subsequent pregnancies will differ from the first. An especially wonderful section gives the expectant dad practical suggestions for surprising or pampering his wife during every single week of her pregnancy. 'A Labor with Love' should be required reading for every father-to-be.

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  • Posted July 2, 2013

    A Good Read for Dads To Be

    Overall a well rounded book. Some of the options or advice that is offered seems a little out there. However, with that being said I do recommend this book.

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