Just seeing these rookie and veteran dads in action was sooo amazing. One of my favorite quotes from this DVD was when someone said "Men aren't supposed to know anything about babies, but women are EXPECTED to know EVERYTHING." How true is that?!? Women are just *born* to know, yet men are masculine and aren't motherly at all. This DVD obviously kicks that idea right out the window. This DVD walks dads through labor & delivery concerns and surprises, bathing, feeding, burping, changing and keeping a baby happy. In fact, there is a scene where a daddy is swaddling his newborn and WOW! He did a fantastic job! I was floored. This DVD is very fast moving and attention grabbing as well (and FULL of beautiful babies too!!!). --In My Opinion... blog
My husband first watched the video. He liked hearing from other dads what to expect as you transition into the new role of fatherhood. With Savannah being 8 months old and our first, he is still learning how to adjust and deal right now with her teething, and most recently her first cold. Knowing that other dads went through the same things, provided comfort. Overall, my husband enjoyed the video and found it very useful. --Inspired by Savannah blog
About the Director
Greg Bishop, with 12 brothers and sisters, and four kids of his own, had changed a lot of diapers when he started Boot Camp for New Dads in 1990. Today, he and 400 other Boot Camp coaches conduct workshops in 40 states and the U.S. Navy, Army and Air Force. Bishop and Boot Camp for New Dads have been featured on ABC World News, The Today Show, Good Morning America, Live with Regis and Kelly, and in Life, Readers Digest, CHILD, Parents, US News and World Report, and internationally in Europe and Asia.