So You're Going To Be a Dad

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Da Capo Press, 2008 - FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS - 208 pages
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For the first-time dad, useful and practical information about pregnancy, childbirth, and baby care, including: what to say--and what not to say--when you hear the news; taking care of moms-to-be; what childbirth feels like; crying, diapers, and bathtime; and baby-proofing the home.

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Review: So You're Going To Be a Dad

User Review  - Warwick - Goodreads

Probably the only book a man needs to read regarding the change or life that is facing them. Realistic and down to earth perspective on all situations that are to be faced, from pre-pregnancy, during ... Read full review

Review: So You're Going To Be a Dad

User Review  - Matt - Goodreads

This was a pretty entertaining read, all new Dads can identify with it. Its fairly satirical but also has some really good relevant information! Some parts dragged on a bit and I felt myself skimming a few pages but all in all a good read! Read full review


Sex and Its Side Effects
Morning Sickness
Confirming the Obvious
And Now the News
How Do Ya Feel?
Lets Go Public
Myth Busting
After Birth
In the Silence
Take It Easy
Shes Got the Blues
Get ReadyTheyre Coming Home

Sugar and Spice
Internal Growth
Heres to Her Health
Decisions Decisions
Lifes Little Changes
More on Sex
Of Possums and Men
Facing the Facts
Working in a Coalmine
Nesting Urge
Get an Education
To Plan or Not to Plan?
Whats in a Name?
To Cut or Not to Cut?
When You Least Expect It
A Brief History of Labor
Should I Be at the Birth?
Lights Camera Action
Zero Hour
Before Birth
The Calm before the Storm
Food for Thought
Bosoms and Bottles
The Ultimate Torture
Do Not Feed the Animal
Splish Splash
Out and About
Lets Party
Step Right Up
Secure the House
The Truth about Cats and Dogs
Something Else to Think About
Even More on Sex
Some Advice
One More Thing

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About the author (2008)

Peter Downey teaches high-school English in Australia.

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