Expectant Father

Expectant Father

by Andrew Knight
     
 

Guys, have you be given the news you will become a dad —or thinking about it—but find yourself a bit clueless about the whole pregnancy thing?

Ladies is your future baby daddy a bit dense about the process of childbirth, and yet for some reason you still want to make a child with him?

Well, then this book is perfect. Maybe even better than a

Overview

Guys, have you be given the news you will become a dad —or thinking about it—but find yourself a bit clueless about the whole pregnancy thing?

Ladies is your future baby daddy a bit dense about the process of childbirth, and yet for some reason you still want to make a child with him?

Well, then this book is perfect. Maybe even better than a new car. Really. Want to know why? It’s because “Expectant Father” is a guy-friendly work that was designed just for you (the father) to help make the Big Day—and all the stuff leading up to it—the very best it can be.

Presented from the man's perspective, but friendly enough for women to read to them if necessary, it features lots of small chapters, few (if any) fancy words, and many sports references throughout to explain in an uncomplicated way what is going on (and often why) when it comes to becoming a father.

Just think about it. It’s like a personal instruction manual for all would be dads for guys to help get them ready for the tough times ahead. So, go ahead, buy this book— or one for your future daddy, ladies…You never know, you may just thank yourself!!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940033255931
Publisher:
UK Independent Publishers
Publication date:
05/17/2012
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
793,040
File size:
55 KB

Meet the Author

Andrew Knight is an author who lives in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire with his wife and 2 children. He has written 4 books to date, which have been translated into several languages and on sale in all ebook stores worldwide. His first book, Expectant Father for all new dad's. Written exclusively for men with practical advice. The Brief History series explains complex British empire conflicts in a simple and easy way. The Boer Wars The Zulu Wars The Indian Mutiny @ajknight31

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