What to Expect when Your Wife is Expanding

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Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1993 - Health & Fitness - 144 pages
A parody of the long-standing bestseller, full of tongue-in-cheek guidance for the expecting father. A two-time veteran of both childbirth and humor-book writing, Hill covers everything from the latest technology and literature to politically correct rituals and behavior. An essential book for the father-to-be.
 

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Perfect for my husband

User Review  - jade02 - Overstock.com

It helped him to follow my pregnancy and it also helped him to be more involved. Just be prepared for him to ask you certain questions that you may or may not feel are appropriate about you symptoms. Read full review

Book title is listed wrong.

User Review  - yvon2esun - Overstock.com

The title of the book is ...when your wife is expanding. Somehow its listed as ...when your wife is expecting. I got this book for my husband. He is actually reading it. So something must be good about it. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
13
What to Expect When Youre What?
19
Throughout Your Pregnancy
27
The First Month
39
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About the author (1993)

Tom Hill lives in Huntington, in the Green Mountains of Vermont, where he has been building boats and houses since 1972. He reckons he has built more than a hundred boats in that time, and has repaired hundreds more--everything from canoes and rowboats to 60-foot power yachts. Although he has worked with all types of wood construction as well as fiberglass, he has used glued plywood plank construction almost exclusively since being introduced to the method in 1980. Tom has taught boatbuilding classes since 1981 at The WoodenBoat School (Brooklin, Maine), The Brookfield Craft Center (Brookfield, Connecticut), the Shelburne Craft School (Shelburne, Vermont), and The Appalachian Center for the Crafts (Smithville, Tennessee). The boating he likes best is gunkholing--poking along interesting shores and exploring coves, estuaries, and inland waterways in canoes, kayaks, and small sailboats--but he appreciates ocean cruising as well, and once sailed his 28-foot sloop from Lake Champlain to the Bahamas and back while living aboard her for a year.

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