Shawn Bean is executive editor of Parenting and Babytalk magazines, each with a circulation of over two million. That’s right: a guy editing magazines about babies. He is a pro football fanatic who also knows the best brand of binkies. He can hook up a DVD player and swaddle a newborn. Dad to Jackson, 6, and Tanner, 4, Bean has not only tackled serious topics like detecting autism in babies and toddlers, but he also pens "Pop Culture," a monthly humor column about dad’s place in modern society. Thanks to his fertility and parenting know-how, Bean has appeared on the Today show, ABC News, and CNN. He lives in Melbourne, Florida, where family time often means fielding questions about body parts, ninjas, monsters, and lava.
Ordered this book for my husband as a gift on Father's Day . We are pregnant with our first child . We both loved this book . Read morePublished 1 month ago by Doreen Sidney
Husband did not like it as it was more of a joke than useful. Good gag gift I guess..... but don't buy to get useful info.Published 1 month ago by JackieCee
Great book for dads to be and new dads. Bought the Show Mom How for my wife and was happy to see this version existed too. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Nurshad S.
This is the book you need for men and women who are about to have a child or are working on it. This book is amazing i had to get ine for my cousins and uncles when they had there... Read morePublished 2 months ago by James Perry Morgan
Exactly as described, fast shipping. Super humorous book giving great insightPublished 2 months ago by sara lucas-dreiss
I love how this book is humorous AND informative. There are a lot of things that it teaches Dad how to do and make! It ranges from babies needs to bonding with baby. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kaleigh
Funny & informative. The only book I got my fiancé to get through while I was pregnant. We received it as a baby shower gift & liked it so much I bought it for my cousin's... Read morePublished 2 months ago by dana
I thought it would be fun for future dad to read this, less scary than what to expect when you're expecting, maybe more interesting than other books. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Helen Yi