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OK, your partner's pregnant. Congratulations, that's great news. You're The Man, back of the net! You'll make a great dad, and life will be great. Different, but still great. Won't it? This book guides you through what's normal and what's not. How you use that knowledge is up to you, but telling your partner that most couples have sex three times a day when they're newly pregnant probably won't wash. Is the baby safe and well? What exactly is happening to her body? How much sex is to be expected? Will you ever be able to sleep again?
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Stephen Giles is an author, playwright and journalist. He has worked as an editor, columnist, reviewer, football pundit and language tutor (although not all at the same time). He is also the co-founder of website www.justdads.co.uk. He is the father of two boys and lives in North Wales. He has also written another best-selling book for new dads, You're The Daddy.Review:
Giles proves an amiable guide to what fathers-to-be might be feeling during the nine month gestation. --Sunday Times 'It is realistic, remarkably honest and immensely funny.' Junior Pregnancy & Baby 'If you have ever wondered how a dad-to-be really feels, you should take a look at From Lad to Dad.' I m Pregnant 'This survival guide is a must for any pregnant father. Giles shares his ignorance, humiliations and triumphs, as well as offering practical advice for fazed fathers-to-be. And the best thing? It s a real hoot!' Pregnancy 'A very honest and forthright account of what it feels like to experience a pregnancy without actually having to wear a frock from M&S or complain about backache.' Bristol Evening Post --Various There are hundreds of books for the expectant mum, but few for the father-to-be, so this light-hearted, practical guide, focusing on the emotional journey, should be another winner for this excellent small publisher. One first-time-father-to-be's journal of the nine months from conception to birth, and how it all feels from a dad's perspective. --The Bookseller THE BOOKSELLER "This light-hearted, practical guide, focusing on the emotional journey, should be another winner for this excellent small publisher." --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition. VIEW MAGAZINE "A testament not just to Stephen's skilful writing but to the faultless editing of the book." --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition
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Book Description White Ladder, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1905410409
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