Call Me Dad!: A Manual for New Fathers from Pre-Birth to 12 Months

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A practical, down-to-earth guide for new fathers and fathers-to-be which covers everything men need to know about pregnancy and the first 12 months after birth. Call Me Dad! delivers a strong message that there is nothing to fear about being a dad and that the dad's role is vital in a baby's life, right from the start. Lots of photographs throughout the book show dads doing everything from changing nappies to bathing the baby, sterilising bottles and identifying the right car-seat and stroller. Personal stories ...
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Overview

A practical, down-to-earth guide for new fathers and fathers-to-be which covers everything men need to know about pregnancy and the first 12 months after birth. Call Me Dad! delivers a strong message that there is nothing to fear about being a dad and that the dad's role is vital in a baby's life, right from the start. Lots of photographs throughout the book show dads doing everything from changing nappies to bathing the baby, sterilising bottles and identifying the right car-seat and stroller. Personal stories from fathers offer advice and encouragement about everything from antenatal classes to the dad's role during labour.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781869662370
  • Publisher: New Holland Publishers, Limited UK
  • Publication date: 1/3/2012
  • Pages: 192
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 8.20 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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Scott Lancaster, Eric Mooij and Stefan Korn launched the website www.DIYFather.com in 2007 due to a serious shortage of advice about parenting geared exclusively towards men. The global response has been phenomenal, with more than 300,000 website users/podcast listeners around the world. All three authors are new fathers themselves, allowing them to draw largely on their own experiences.

Scott Lancaster, Eric Mooij and Stefan Korn launched the website www.DIYFather.com in 2007 due to a serious shortage of advice about parenting geared exclusively towards men. The global response has been phenomenal, with more than 300,000 website users/podcast listeners around the world. All three authors are new fathers themselves, allowing them to draw largely on their own experiences.

Scott Lancaster, Eric Mooij and Stefan Korn launched the website www.DIYFather.com in 2007 due to a serious shortage of advice about parenting geared exclusively towards men. The global response has been phenomenal, with more than 300,000 website users/podcast listeners around the world. All three authors are new fathers themselves, allowing them to draw largely on their own experiences.

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