The Everything Father-to-be Book: A Survival Guide for Men (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

The Everything Father-to-be Book: A Survival Guide for Men (PagePerfect NOOK Book)

by Kevin Nelson
     
 

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There's a lot you need to know about becoming a father. But you can't always find the info you need in pregnancy books for women. Let's face it, you want an easy-to-use "man-ual" that gives you step-by-step instructions as you enter this all-new terrain. Sure, it's good to know the size and weight of your growing baby, but what you really need is advice on how to

Overview

There's a lot you need to know about becoming a father. But you can't always find the info you need in pregnancy books for women. Let's face it, you want an easy-to-use "man-ual" that gives you step-by-step instructions as you enter this all-new terrain. Sure, it's good to know the size and weight of your growing baby, but what you really need is advice on how to get your pregnant partner to stop crying, pick out the best car seat for baby, and handle life when your mother-in-law comes for a visit.

This useful guy-guide features information on:

  • Balancing home and work responsibilities
  • Maintaining an active sex life with your pregnant partner
  • Babyproofing the home
  • How to support and encourage your partner
  • Knowing when to offer help and when to back off
Plus, this new edition also contains advice and tips from dads who've been there and lived to tell the tale. Whether this is your first child or your fourth, The Everything Father-to-Be Book, 2nd Edition gives you all you need to be a perfect partner and a super dad!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781440508301
Publisher:
F+W Media
Publication date:
04/18/2010
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
288
File size:
4 MB

Meet the Author

Kevin Nelson is the author of The Daddy Guide: Real-Life Advice and Tips from over 250 Dads and Other Experts; Pickle, Pepper and Tip-In Too: 275 Sports-Derived Games and Activities for Kids; and Operation Bullpen. He was a regular correspondent for www.dadmag.com and has written articles for the San Francisco Chronicle and San Francisco Magazine, among others.

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