A dude's guide to babies: The new dad's playbook

A dude's guide to babies: The new dad's playbook

by Richard Jones, Barry Ozer

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Overview

A Dude's Guide to Babies is a fun and practical user's manual chock-full of advice for rookie and stay-at-home dads about raising a newborn. It shows how to see the funny side of fatherhood and tells you what to really expect after all those months of expecting. The perfect baby-shower gift for dads, this book covers everything from cleaning, feeding, and playing with your infant, as well as keeping him or her safe, happy, and not in need of too much therapy down the road. Authors Richard Jones and Barry Robert Ozer say, "A Dude's Guide to Babies is the book we wish we had when we first became dads." Filled with enjoyable pop quizzes, top ten lists, and valuable tips, this must-have book reveals how to thrive (not just survive) as a new dad!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781416209034
Publisher: Sellers Publishing, Inc.
Publication date: 05/10/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

As a reporter and PR specialist, Richard Jones covered medical issues, feature stories, space stories, and wrote and edited the Florida Engineer alumni magazine. While in Ocala, he won a statewide excellence-in-reporting award for his work on a series of articles following a boxer's death in the ring. Working with Barry Ozer, Jones began The Dude's Guide weblog in 2006. Jones also writes and has sold numerous short stories (byrichardjones.com) and is working on two urban fantasy novels and an expansion of his award-winning YA story, the Mismatched Monster. Jones lives in Charlotte, NC, with his wife and three sons, ages 19, 18, and 13.

Barry Robert Ozer is a 42-year-old father of four children. His two sons are 13 and 12, and his two daughters are 10 and 7 years old. He lives in Charlotte, NC, with his wife, a pediatrician. After staying home with the kids for a while, Barry eventually fled back to work where he is a financial advisor with a major global-investment bank. A graduate of the University of Florida, Barry always assumed kids would be something that happened to other people. Until he and his wife found themselves becoming foster parents to four of the most fantastic kids in existence. An avid golfer and serial entrepreneur, Barry is constantly working on projects for his clients, himself, his kids and his wife. In his free time, he wishes he had some free time. Looking back, going from father of none to father of four in six months, was only the first "joy jolt" his kids brought his way.

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