A new dad’s guide, from birth day to birthday.
The pregnancy’s over and the baby’s here…what’s a dad supposed to do? Put your other new dad books away - We’re Parents! is going to help you be the best dad (and partner) you can be.
Wondering how to burp your newborn? Not sure how to get them to try solids? Desperate to get them to sleep? Adrian Kulp (a four-time dad himself) offers fast, fun, and easy-to-digest advice that other new dad books don’t, making it simple for you to step up and do your part as a brand-new dad.
Go beyond most new dad books:
- Supportive and helpful - Get the scoop on what it’s like to be a father from someone who’s been there and knows exactly what you need to hear.
- Quick advice - Key childcare tips are broken into short, convenient guides - unlike other new dad books, there’s no reading an entire textbook just to change a diaper.
- The big moments - Track your baby’s development at a glance with charts that lay out the most important milestones in one place.
Who needs other new dad books when you have the expert guidance of We’re Parents! at hand?
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- Shea Gordon
really too bad!
I got about 4 minutes in and I absolutely had to stop. it's really a shame because the content and the jokes ETC. seem to be really really good. I can imagine me reading this book and smiling and laughing because it was funny and it was clever The way it was written. but I'm listening to this as a book on tape. so the whole point of that experience is to be able to listen to it instead of reading a book. The narrator misses the mark on just about every sentence and while his voice was pleasant the experience for me was terrible and there was no way I was going to sit through four plus hours of this. I'm in the delivery room with my wife two days after our baby was born and I've looked at her a couple of times and we smiled and I took off my headphones and let her hear what I was talking about and she completely agreed. once again it's a shame because it seemed like this was going to be really good, there's just no way I was going to sit and cringe for the entire length of this book on tape. so I'm asking for my money back and I'm going to try a different book with hopefully a different experience and obviously a different narrator.
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