4 edition of Pregnant fathers found in the catalog.
|Series||The Transformation series|
|LC Classifications||RG525 .H42 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 126 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||126|
|ISBN 10||0136949274, 0136949355|
|LC Control Number||81021147|
Bonus points if Dad’s a Baltimore Ravens fan, since this book is written by Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson. The New Dad's Playbook: Gearing Up for the Biggest Game of Your Life is a playbook for being a good teammate to your partner and great father, from pregnancy to after baby comes home. If parenting is the Super Bowl, this book is all. The earth-shattering love that a father feels for his little darling doesn’t always happen right away. For author Philip Toledano, it took more than a year. Instead of a how-to or a day-by-day pregnancy and newborn care planner, this book for daddies delivers a true story of one reluctant father’s journey through the mire of confusion.
An Expectant Dad's Guide to Pregnancy. You got her pregnant, but are you ready for the nine month roller coaster? Consider this your expectant father’s survival guide. This thoughtful book devoted to pregnancy loss is a wonderful resource for the entire family—mothers, fathers, grandparents, family, and friends. As a book written by health professionals, it is thorough, accurate and relevant, yet stories and quotes from grieving families throughout the book help it feel very personal and comforting.
"For fathers soon expecting the ultimate gift—a new member of the family—The Expectant Father is his best friend." — CNN Interactive "The What to Expect When You’re Expecting for men If you know an expectant father, first baby or not, make sure he has this book/5(59). 1. Pregnancy for Men: the Whole 9 Months, £ What it is: A month-by-month guide to pregnancy, from the viewpoint of the expectant n by a former news journalist who now works for Comic Relief, it mixes the author’s real-life experiences as a dad-to-be with the latest research and the viewpoint of other : Janet Martin.
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The First-Time Dad’s Pregnancy Handbook provides all the need-to-know information with in-depth suggestions on how to be an ideal partner, and become a fully prepared parent. This standout among pregnancy books gives you the month-by-month tools needed to prepare for a newborn’s arrival/5().
For a thoroughly modern dad-to-be, The Expectant Father presents a wealth of information on pregnancy and life after baby, including tips for those considering becoming stay-at-home : Andrea Dashiell. The book is a great introduction to the emotional hills and conflicts that many pre-dads may encounter, and it addresses them under the premise that the father-to-be's experience during pregnancy and childbirth is rarely discussed, and often by: 8.
Inside the Pregnant Father: The best way to start your pregnancy Tactics for the bathroom and the breakfast table A pocket-sized solution to the morning sickness problem Coping with cravings How to preserve your sex life The Pregnant Father's Cookbook Labor pains, true and false A complete hospital survival kit The nicest way of predicting your unborn baby's sex /5(9).
Quick and entertaining cliff notes version of what new dads can expect. According to the Pregnant Father's Cookbook included in the middle, rice counts as a vegetable.
Callum James rated it liked it /5. The Best Pregnancy Books For Men The Expectant Father: The Ultimate Guide For Dads-To-Be.
The Reluctant Father. For new dads, the beginning of fatherhood is like the end Home Game: An Accidental Guide To Fatherhood. From Dude To Dad: The Diaper Dude Guide To Pregnancy. Dude, You’re Gonna Be A Author: Steve Schiff. Since fathers don't carry the embryo in their body, they can feel at a loss for how they can possibly do as much work during the pregnancy as their partners.
Once the baby arrives, dads have the opportunity to develop that unique and important playful dynamic between father and child, but before that, they can feel left out and rather useless. Written by Armin Brott and Jennifer Ash, the book offers a month-by-month guide on what a father can expect during his partner’s pregnancy.
Insights include information about how a father’s brain changes by being involved during pregnancy, as well as how being present at the birth can make a dad a more active parent.
This book addresses questions men have about a pregnancy, returning to a normal sex life, and the joy and pressures they’ll face as fathers.
PROS: Men who are worried about money may appreciate the detailed financial section of this book. Dad's Pregnant Too book. Read 22 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
More than 4 million babies are born in the United States each ye /5. Dad's Expecting Too: Expectant fathers, expectant mothers, new dads and new moms share advice, tips and stories about all the surprises, questions and joys ahead [Cohen, Harlan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Dad's Expecting Too: Expectant fathers, expectant mothers, new dads and new moms share advice, tips and stories about all the /5(29). It's my opinion that a pregnancy devotional should prepare a woman for all outcomes and how to praise God through them all.
Overall it is a lovely devotional and journal, but any loss moms looking at this book needs to be aware that it is written from a place of blissfull ignorance and assumes that all babies come home happy, healthy and alive/5().
The 7 Best Pregnancy Books Fathers Will Benefit from Reading Men, if you're new to being a partner or friend to a pregnant woman, or are new to babies, these books. This book is a Babylist parent favorite.
It reviews pregnancy health studies and evaluates the quality of their methodology, with the goal of giving the reader objective information to make informed decisions about pregnancy risks like what food should you parent told us, “I liked Expecting Better, because it was so data driven rather than fear driven.”.
The Expectant Father is a very practical guide for every father-to-be as it seems to cover EVERY topic that might arise including infertility, pregnancy month-by-month, changes in the relationship with your partner, childbirth education and current research.
Father-of-four Kulp knows a thing or two about what to expect and gives soon-to-be fathers the tools they need to provide support to their partner.
From hormones to hospital bags, this resource offers week-to-week details for dad, including pregnancy updates and baby's development. Switching things up, I think this is the best pregnancy book for dads.
There aren’t a lot of pregnancy books available for fathers, but The Expectant Father (click here to check price on Amazon) is really, really good. The author is a dad himself, which is, needless to say, a requirement for writing a book like this. The Expectant Father covers the pregnancy process and how dads can help in it, as well as provides tons of useful info for dads on raising a kid.
They also cover why dads are so important in the development of a child and how children influence fathers. After the What to Expect books, this would be the one “dad-to-be” book I’d recommend. Books shelved as teen-pregnancy: After by Amy Efaw, How to Save a Life by Sara Zarr, The First Part Last by Angela Johnson, Far from the Tree by Robin Be.
Description of the book "Pregnant Fathers: Challenges and Discoveries on the Road to Parenthood": Touching on how to reconceive fatherhood, a psychologist explains how to address men's changing emotions during a pregnancy, make the transition from husband to father, and reconnect with your wife.
20, first printing. Pregnancy Books & Resources. Stay healthy and learn what to expect. Handbooks, journals, and stories about the experience of pregnancy for both mothers & fathers.
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Now that we’ve highlighted the main types of pregnancy books for dads, we should remind you that you’ll definitely need to get a few of them.
One of the best pregnancy books for dads, as you’ll see below, is the scientific explanation; however, we also highly recommend number 2 for any dad, since it provides you with a lot of great tips.