The Book for Guys Who Don't Want Kids: How to Get Past the Fear of Fatherhood

The Book for Guys Who Don't Want Kids: How to Get Past the Fear of Fatherhood

by Scott Kelby
     
 

Each year millions of fathers are "born"—many kicking, screaming, and railing against the prospect of raising the next generation. Not to worry: Veteran author (and Super Dad!) Scott Kelby turns parenthood into a pleasant prospect by focusing on all that you get from being a dad rather than what you think you're about to give up. Even the

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Each year millions of fathers are "born"—many kicking, screaming, and railing against the prospect of raising the next generation. Not to worry: Veteran author (and Super Dad!) Scott Kelby turns parenthood into a pleasant prospect by focusing on all that you get from being a dad rather than what you think you're about to give up. Even the most resistant will soon see that the scale is tipped heavily in dads' favor as Scott reveals the rewards of fatherhood. Filled with the same self-deprecating humor and no-nonsense writing style that have made Scott the number one computer book author of 2004 across all computer book categories, this book promises to transform your loved one from a fearful father into parenting's biggest fan. In direct, guy-to-guy language, Scott walks you through the process of accepting and eventually welcoming offspring. With chapters such as Making the Baby Your Own (by attending prenatal appointments, taking Lamaze classes, etc.), Dealing with Dirty Diaper Syndrome, Looking Past the Baby Stage, and more, Scott demystifies—and glorifies—every aspect of fatherhood.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780321334282
Publisher:
Peachpit Press
Publication date:
05/09/2005
Pages:
72
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 7.10(h) x 0.44(d)

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