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This new edition features the latest research on many topics, from what's going on at the hospital right after childbirth to what a dad can do when his partner is having trouble breastfeeding, to advice for dads in the military and others who are separated from their kids. More information on preemies, twins, and triplets has been added, along with advice for divorced and renewed dads. The resources section and bibliography are considerably expanded.
Illustrated throughout with New Yorker-style cartoons that underscore the joys and woes of parenting, The New Father is an essential sourcebook for every dad. It is sure to give moms fresh insights as well. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
This honest and relative guide to the first year would be a useful companion to any new father navigating this period. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Gene
Educative in such a funny way! Both my husband and I read it and learnt so much without getting bored!Published 1 month ago by Eugenie Printezi
My hubby loved the Expectant Father book, so we got this for new fatherhood. We love how Mr. Brott actually gives specific info, statistics, techniques, and advice, whereas some... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kathleen MacNeil
Meh. Some good tips but overall probably wouldn't buy again.Published 2 months ago by Fernando Gonzalez
This book helped me understand how my daughter developed month by month. Naturally, she progressed differently than the standard milestones, but it was still a good guide and I... Read morePublished 3 months ago by cm
This is a fantastic continuation of Brott's "Expectant Father" book on audio. He does a sound job of narration, and I couldn't be more grateful to load up on fathering info... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alexander P. Merrill
As he alluded to in the book, fathers sometimes need more of a reassuring pat on the back than mothers, and fathers certainly don't expect it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John A. Spence