From Dude to Dad: The Diaper Dude Guide to Pregnancy [NOOK Book]

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Congrats: You’re going to be...
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From Dude to Dad: The Diaper Dude Guide to Pregnancy

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Overview

Congrats: You’re going to be a dad!

Now what?




Dude, relax; you’re going to be fine. But it wouldn’t hurt to get a few pointers—a road map of what lies ahead. That’s what this book is for.



From Dude to Dad gives you the need-to-know essentials on pregnancy, birthing, and parenthood, and how it’s okay to be scared out of your mind. You’ll learn what the expecting mom is going through during each trimester, how you can be the best partner and dad-to-be, and how to immediately start bonding with baby.



Be prepared for the arrival that will ultimately change your life in the best way possible.

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Editorial Reviews

Library Journal
05/15/2014
Pegula, creator of Diaper Dude, "hip gear for cool dads," here offers a pseudocaveman guide to pregnancy and fatherhood. His adventures in fatherhood and baby gear began with an abhorrent selection of diaper bags, whereupon he decided to take matters into his own hands. The onetime actor and dog walker was not to be deterred, however, and not only embraced parenthood fully and is now the father of three, but started his own line of baby gear (think camo). Based on the philosophy that you don't have to lose your identity after you become a dad, the author covers such masculine-focused concerns as, "Will I ever have sex again?" and ahem, "Where do I fit in?" VERDICT While frequent he-man references to the reader as "Dude," and eye-rolling clichés such as likening sperm to "the boys," seem downright dumb if not merely immature, Pegula still offers fathers-to-be an accurate look at becoming a dad and an enthusiasm that is admirable. A solid selection for men on the journey to parenting who simply can't tolerate What To Expect When You're Expecting.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101635377
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 5/6/2014
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 370,011
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Chris Pegula is the creator of Diaper Dude, America’s most high-profile line of hip gear for cool dads. He lives with his wife and three children in Los Angeles.



Frank Meyer is a journalist, author, senior producer at NBC’s Esquire Network, and the proud single father of an eight-year-old girl.
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