We're Pregnant!: The First Time Dad's Pregnancy Handbook: Everything You Need to Know for Your Partner & Baby Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Insights and guidance
Know what to expect every week, month, and trimester of the pregnancy, and be prepared for upcoming milestones for both mom and new baby.
A focus on your partner
This guide goes beyond other pregnancy books with actionable advice for responding to the physical and emotional changes your partner is experiencing.
A standout among dad books, this guide includes lists of everyday objectives, as well as big-picture goals to help you think ahead, so you can be an excellent parent and partner.
|Listening Length||4 hours and 34 minutes|
|Narrator||Sean Patrick Hopkins|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 29, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank||
#8,424 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#10 in Fatherhood (Audible Books & Originals)
#17 in Obstetrics & Gynecology (Books)
#53 in Fatherhood (Books)
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Top reviews from the United States
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BEST PART: By far, what my husband and I love most about this book is that it doesn't have a sexist overtone. It's not obnoxiously stereotypical like other "dad-to-be" books in that it doesn't assume that every man is a slack-jaw, knuckle-dragging idiot. It's smart and witty. The tone is generally, "Look, here's what's going on and why. It's going to be scary and fun and you'll do great. Just step up, dude." Highly recommended!
By Likestoread on January 11, 2020
Top reviews from other countries
Speaking of which - there is absolutely no mention of the birth itself??? You have a chapter discussing week 40+ and then it skips straight to the postnatal phase!
The good parts: it provided useful info on what challenge’s the woman can expect various stages and how the man can help.
Setting the above mentioned frustrations aside, the book is ultimately lacking in any real advice. It provides easy to read and digest info that helps you follow the babys growth week by week. However, if this is the only literature you absorb during the pregancy, you will find yourself largely unprepared at each key milestone.
In short, this is a book for Americans who enjoy a "traditional" family dynamic and want to say they have read a baby book without actually taking a leading role in the pregancy.
As a side note, If you are from the UK, I suggest buying a book written closer to home. I recommend Rob Kemp's "The Expectant Dad's Survival Guide".