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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.
©2014 Clayton Geoffreys (P)2014 Clayton Geoffreys
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4 out of 5 stars
By Murphree on 14-05-15

Great tips!

Great tips, but I would have appreciated more details and elaboration in some sections of the book. Overall: very helpful.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Eric H. on 10-09-16

Don't mind being talked down to? You'll love it.

Couldn't finish this book. Felt to much like it was aimed at dads who don't want to really bond with or know their baby. Most of the advice is based on the idea that you're used to having your wife not work, stay home, clean and make dinner. it's 2016 this book is terrible. what a waste of time/money.

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