The Expectant Father: Facts, Tips, and Advice for Dads-to-be

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Abbeville Press, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 271 pages
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Illustrated throughout with "New Yorker"-style cartoons that will make even the most anxious father chuckle, this bestselling guide has been significantly updated, revised, and expanded. This new edition features information on financial concerns and focuses on the latest research on topics from the reasons for premature births to the benefits of nutritional supplements. 30 illustrations.

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User Review  - BrianFannin - LibraryThing

Nice book, mostly owing to its focus on the particular concerns of expectant fathers. The subject of birth and parenting is most often regarded as an issue which only holds interest for women. If you're a man who disagrees with that, you'll find the book very empowering. Read full review

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User Review  - jorgearanda - LibraryThing

A quick read of slightly useful (but mostly intuitive) advice for future fathers. U.S.-centric, so a significant chunk of its contents (financial and healthcare stuff, for instance) are not that applicable anywhere else. Read full review

Contents

The First Decisions
14
THE 1ST MONTH Salad Days
26
THE 2ND MONTH The Doctor Will See You Now
49
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