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Show Dad How (Parenting Magazine): The Brand-New Dad's Guide to Baby's First Year Paperback – May 17, 2011
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About the Author
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.
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As a guy who didn't know squat about babies and kids, this book is amazing. All I know is I had a child coming and no clue. Enter a book with pictures. Hey it worked on us as kids so why not? Guys, start here and read more adult books later but this book is great place to start. I read it twice for each time we had one.
The Good: Funny, down the earth approach at parenting. If you are a fan of comics, this is for you.
The Bad: The wifey keeps taking it from me to reach
Worth the Money / Would I buy this item again?: Yes
This was a great purchase and I will probably make it my go-to gift for fathers-to-be from now on.
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A lot of fun with good humor and some cool project ideas!