The New Dad Dictionary: Everything He Really Needs to Know – from A to Z (Hardcover)


The New Dad Dictionary: Everything He Really Needs to Know – from A to Z (Hardcover)

 Are you ready for cluster feedings and cradle cap? How about meconium and jaundice? With The New Dad Dictionary, you no longer have to page through parenting tomes to understand what everyone is talking about.

If you are looking for the perfect gift for a new dad this Father’s Day (June 21) look no further than The New Dad Dictionary.  This books explains in layman’s terms all things baby.  Today’s parenting language and guidance can be quite scary and foreign to a new parents (the first time I heard the phrase ‘Tummy Time’, I assumed it was a fun dance) and just dealing with a new baby is confusing enough!  While moms are dealing with their own body changes after giving birth, it can be hard for a dad to be able to understand what the heck is going on with all parties concerned.  I know that the rush of hormones and changes that I was experiencing were not exactly the best time to discuss what ‘engorgement’ means with Bob and luckily, we had enough help-books to get us through those crazy first months.

Sure, we read all about pregnancy and labor, but the real lessons start when baby has left the womb.  What to expect from baby, to mother, to all the doctor visits and the – what the HECK is happening – moments, The New Dad Dictionary offers real life scenarios and explanations into plain English.  In the days of GOOGLE, I find it refreshing to find an inclusive book of newborn baby information for a new parent instead of freaking a person out on every freakin’ website.  If I could go back in time, I would tell my new parent self – NO GOOGLING!  Get good information and advice from parents who have been there and your new dad will be on his way to being able to write his own New Dad Dictionary for the next confused fella.

The New Dad Dictionary: Everything He Really Needs to Know – from A to Z (Hardcover)

List Price: $ 14.99


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