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On our desk: Dude, You’re Gonna be a Dad

Paul Banas
Author Paul Banas
Submitted 05-05-2011

Dude, You’re Gonna be a Dad (How to get both of you through the next 9 months), joins a pantheon of dad pregnancy books. This is a good thing. Dads need to know how other dads live pregnancy and childbirth, and the havoc it wreaks on the “normal” life before kids.

This is less a tongue-in-cheek book than one of our favorites, What to Expect when SHE’s Expecting, but it is very readable and well-organized, walking new dads through all the minefields from the first visit to the OB/GYN all the way through the big day and beyond.

We need more books like this on the shelf so dads get the info through dad-colored glasses.

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Dude, You’re Gonna be a Dad (How to get both of you through the next 9 months), joins a pantheon of dad pregnancy books. This is a good thing. Dads need to know how other dads live pregnancy and childbirth, and the havoc it wreaks on the “normal” life before kids.

This is less a tongue-in-cheek book than one of our favorites, What to Expect when SHE’s Expecting, but it is very readable and well-organized, walking new dads through all the minefields from the first visit to the OB/GYN all the way through the big day and beyond.

We need more books like this on the shelf so dads get the info through dad-colored glasses.