The Caveman's Pregnancy Companion: A Survival Guide for Expectant Fathers

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Sterling Pub., 2006 - Family & Relationships - 227 pages
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A three-trimester evolutionary crash course to guide the prehistoric papa-to-be through the prenatal, preparental wilderness. Every man should read it!

What's a clueless caveman about to become DAD to do? After all, it's tough carrying a child for nine months--for him as well as for her. He's just not sure how to behave. But help is on hand, in the form of a reassuring (and hysterically funny) course for the totally perplexed. Along with a large dose of humor, it provides the father-to-be with all the know-how he needs to become a well-prepared, well-heeled partner who's really ready to stand upright and embrace his new responsibilities...rather than cowering from them. Every cave-student will find out how to support his mate through this emotional time, cope with his own feelings, deal with baby-related projects, and perform admirably during labor and delivery. So whether it's catering to his exhausted companion's needs by preparing a nutritional and tasty meal or engaging in a snuggle session when she craves a little cuddling, with the help of this book a guy will become the proud Cro-Magnon caregiver he longs to be!

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User Review  - Shane - Goodreads

This book provided some good information about that whole pregnancy thing, and the "Caveman" angle was well-done. There were a few sections that didn't seem very useful and were there just for filler (such as a recipe for making your own salad dressing. Who actually does that?). Read full review

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