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About Adrian Kulp
Adrian Kulp is the founder of 'Dad or Alive: Confessions of an Unexpected Stay-at-home Dad', an award-nominated parenting/lifestyle blog that offers humorous outtakes from the fatherhood perspective and serves as a resource for parents with younger children.
He's the author of six books, including 'We're Pregnant! The First-Time Dad's Pregnancy Handbook' which, since it's release in April of 2018 has been an Amazon best-seller in multiple categories including Fatherhood, OB/GYN and Devotionals and sold over a quarter of a million copies.
Kulp is currently the Senior Talent/Content Producer for United Stations Radio Networks 'Backstage Country', overseeing research and writing, as well as directing talent such as Tim McGraw, Kelsea Ballerini, Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Garth Brooks, Luke Combs, etc. during their hosting sessions.
He is the former Senior Executive Producer of Cumulus/Westwood One 'The Ty Bentli Show', a morning radio show that was syndicated in over 48 U.S. markets, as well as another 22 in the UK. He is also a former comic booker for CBS, as well as VP of TV development for Adam Sandler's Happy Madison and Chelsea Handler's Borderline Amazing Productions.
He contributes to Parents Magazine, the Parents section of The Huffington Post, Kids in the House and also works on branded content and with the creative team for the largest online fatherhood community, 'Life of Dad' which boasts over 5 million followers.
Kulp recently penned the third book in his best-selling trilogy, "We're Parenting a Toddler! The First-Time Parents' Guide to Surviving the Toddler Years" which debuted on April 28, 2020 and completes the go-to resource for new parents! A few months later, Kulp released 'World's Greatest Dad Jokes'; Clean and Corny Knee-Slappers for the Family - guaranteed to bring some laughs your way!
He currently resides in Nashville with his wife, four kids and a handful of pets.
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Become an excellent first-time dad and an all-time great partner
Being a great first-time dad doesn’t mean being perfect; it means participating in the experience with empathy and confidence. From the basics of pregnancy, to designing a birthing plan, to tips on being helpful and supportive for your partner, We’re Pregnant! provides all the need-to-know information on how to be a fully prepared parent.
Featuring must-ask questions for the doctor, milestone trackers, and more, this funny and friendly standout among pregnancy books also takes you beyond the due date, offering a helping hand on how to plan and perfect your own style of childcare.
This essential guide for new dads help you:
- Focus on one month at a time―Organized by each month in each trimester, you’ll know exactly what to expect and which milestones are coming up.
- Look forward to your growing family―Keep your relationship healthy by setting family goals like creating a fun pregnancy announcement or planning a relaxing trip.
- Find insight on issues big and small―Learn how to thrive as new parents with useful tips on everything from bottle temperature to bonding with your new baby.
Become a pro parent with this relatable dad book that tells you everything you need to know.
A practical guide for new dads, from your baby’s birth to their first birthday
Newborns don’t come with a manual, but We’re Parents! is the next best thing. Adrian Kulp (a four-time dad himself) offers fast, fun, and easy-to-digest advice that makes it simple for you to step up and do your part as a brand-new dad.
Wondering how to burp your newborn? Not sure how to get them to try solids? Desperate to get them to sleep? This comprehensive guide breaks your baby’s first year down into quarterly chunks, offering stage-specific advice, quick reference guides, tutorials, monthly stats and goals, and a healthy dose of humor to help you be a supportive partner and great dad to your little one.
This standout among new dad books includes:
- Step-by-step how-tos―Find detailed guidance for common situations you’ll encounter as a new dad, from soothing and swaddling your newborn to spotting food allergies and baby-proofing your home.
- Cheat sheet checklists―Get quarterly checklists of ways you can help around the house, with mom and the baby, and with events and medical appointments.
- Developmental milestones―Track your baby’s development at a glance with charts that lay out the most important milestones in one place.
Discover how to be the best father and husband you can be with the expert advice inside We’re Parents!
600+ squeaky-clean jokes for the whole family!
This huge collection of side-splitting dad jokes will keep your family and friends giggling for hours. Even reluctant readers are sure to laugh along to these family-safe jokes on long car rides, family vacations, and around the house. Be sure to check out a bonus riddle section to stump those you love most!
- Jokes galore―The pages are packed with hundreds of wonderfully lame jokes, including pitifully corny puns, knee-slappin’ knock-knocks, mic drop one-liners, and so much more.
- Colorful illustrations―Engaging illustrations make reading fun for any audience from 8 to 108.
- Giftable fun―A collection of clean dad jokes make this the perfect present for any dad or dude.
Keep your family cracking up with this dad jokes book!
The essential guide to parenting toddlers—strategies, humor, and support for new parents
Toddlers don’t come with a manual, but here’s the next best thing. We’re Parenting a Toddler! is a comprehensive guide to parenting toddlers, with tons of practical strategies and sympathy for first-time parents.
Get sound advice and funny stories from a four-time parent who’s been in the toddler trenches, covering key situations from eating, sleeping, and tantrums, to potty training, communication, and so much more.
This book about parenting toddlers includes:
- Toddler psychology—Better understand your little one’s behavior with explanations from their perspective and developmental standpoint.
- Taking time out—Explore valuable tips for calmly and effectively parenting toddlers, including how to regulate your own emotions.
- Age-specific insights—Discover tips and insights for 1-2 year-olds as well as 2-3 year-olds for each issue, helping you confront challenges like discipline and respecting boundaries as your toddler grows.
Parenting toddlers isn’t for the weak, but you can get through the tantrums and tough times with this helpful guide.
Get your little one on the potty in no time
Ready to say goodbye to diapers, Dad? We’re Potty Training! is filled with simple advice to help you and your kid ditch the diapers—together.
Wondering if it’s really the right time to start? Want to know why kids are scared of pooping? Curious how you can make potty-training fun? Four-time dad and best-selling author Adrian Kulp has answers to all of your biggest questions—and a toolbox full of helpful tricks gained from first-hand experience.
We’re Potty Training! features:
- Guidance for new dads—Discover straightforward advice specifically written for dads who have never tried to wrangle another person onto a toilet.
- Quick tips—Take the process one step at a time with bite-sized chunks of information that will keep you from getting overwhelmed.
- A lighter approach—This guide provides plenty of laughs that help you keep your chin up and see the humor in wet floors and hidden poop.
Take your little one from accidents and damp undies to bathroom champ in no time thanks to this dad-focused guide.
When Adrian Kulp first learned that he was about to become a father, he was essentially a teenage boy trapped in the body of a thirty-two-year-old high-powered executive. He did what his wife asked him to do: grow up. He packed away his Phillies baseball memorabilia, hid his GI Joes, and converted their guest bedroom from his private man cave into a nursery. Goodbye sticky beer cozy. Hello Diaper Genie.
Based on his mercilessly funny and brutally honest blog, here is the hilarious story of one man’s journey from being the one who brings home the bacon to the one who fries it—along with assembling the crib, learning how to “accessorize” his daughter, and flying with an infant for the first time. From numbing booze-free co-ed baby showers to navigating the Farmer's Market with a baby (and loaded diaper) strapped to his chest, to locking himself out of a childproofed toilet, this often-sweaty and exhausted SAHD (stay-at-home dad) gets down and dirty about surviving life as a new parent—dad or alive.