Learn What to Expect & 99 Tips for Raising Your Newborn Child!
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In Becoming a Father: What New Dads Should Expect & 99 Baby Tips to Survive Your Newborn’s First Three Months, you'll learn everything an expectant father needs to know when caring for his newborn child. From when a baby begins developing his or her senses to what to feed your new baby, you will learn the essentials for being a new dad.
Becoming a Father is a quick reference guide you can turn to to help you through the confusing life of fatherhood and to give you the key tips you need to be the best father you can be in the first three months of your newborn's life. We go over tons of tips including diapering, soothing secrets, how to swaddle and how to maintain your sanity as you return to work.
Here is a preview of what is inside this book:
- Chapter 1: Month One – What to Expect
- Month One: Tips & Tricks
- Chapter Two: Month Two – What to Expect
- Month Two: Tips & Tricks
- Chapter Three: Month Three – What to Expect
- Month Three: Tips & Tricks
- Diapering: A Quick How-To
- Baby Burritos: How to Swaddle
- Momma Maintenance – Household Management
- Prepping the Crib
- It Goes Where?!? (Breast Pump Basics)
- Momma Maintenance – “The Checkup”
- Tips for an Effective Bedtime Routine
- Momma Maintenance – Bad Mom Syndrome
- Communication Keys
- Is this the Right Car Seat?
- Final Word/About the Author
An excerpt from the book:
Month one began very dramatically for your new little bundle. Birth was difficult, not just for your baby's mother, but for the baby, too! Her transition from a warm, quiet, comfortable existence into our loud, bright, and crazy world was exciting and exhausting, and now that you have brought her home, she has a lot of hard work to do adjusting to her new environment.
At this stage your baby has two priorities: eat and sleep. Newborns can sleep 16-17 hours a day, and for the first few days, she will wake up only to eat. She will eat every 2-3 hours, and this is normal, though you should not expect an exact schedule. And keep in mind that a baby cannot be spoiled at this stage, so it's fine to attend to her immediately when she does wake up.
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