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The New Baby Survival Guide for Men: The All-in-One Handbook With Tricks and Hacks to The Baby's First Year For New Dads and First-Time Fathers

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The New Baby Survival Guide for Men: The All-in-One Handbook With Tricks and Hacks to The Baby's First Year For New Dads and First-Time Fathers

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Don't know how to be a dad and the baby is here already? Here's the help you need:

Has your world been turned completely upside down by your baby's arrival?

Do you feel underprepared and scared not knowing what to expect in the coming months?

Are you looking for guidance on how to navigate these crucial first months of your baby's life?

If you answered 'yes' to the above questions, then first of all... congratulations on successfully navigating the stressful nine months of pregnancy and the delivery of your baby.

Phew

Now that this one achievement is under your belt, it is time to work for another one: Fatherhood... Dadship...The biggest role you'll ever have.

Welcome to feeling completely out of control and somehow loving it. The first months of the coveted dad life can prove exhausting, stressful, and difficult at times, but it will also be extremely fulfilling.

As you undertake this exciting new journey, a few things are important to understand.

First, your role as a father is extremely important. While only your partner can breastfeed your baby, your baby needs you for many other things, from bathing and dressing to putting them to sleep.

Also, your partner will need time to recover from the stresses of pregnancy and delivery, so you won't only have to care for your new baby, you'll also need to support your partner through their recovery.

You need to make sure that you are prepared to provide that much-needed support and relief to your partner and loving care to your baby.

This new dad's guidebook will help you to become the best dad you can be in the first year of your baby's life, showing you how to ensure your baby is well-fed, well-rested, happy, and growing, while also making sure you and your partner get the rest and care you need.

Here is a sample of what you ll discover in this guide:

  • What to expect month-by-month - changes your baby will go through each month and what you can do to help them develop
  • Detailed guidance on how to feed, soothe, and look after your little bundle of joy - make sure your baby gets all the care they need
  • Effective ways to help your partner deal with postpartum depression and understand your own anxieties
  • How your involvement impacts the social, emotional, and mental development of your baby
  • 10 activities and child's play tricks to help you bond with your newborn better - so your child won't always prefer your partner
  • Superb self-care strategies that will make you better at fatherhood - say bye-bye to your anxieties and stress
  • The benefits of rough and tumble play for the baby - why you don't have to be overly gentle with your baby, even if they seem so fragile
  • 4 useful charts to make caring for your newborn much easier - from baby feeding to vaccination schedules, and more

And much more

Even if you've never held a baby before in your life, and are worried that you're going to mess this up, know that all the tasks you need to do as a father can be learned and practiced.

You're already showing that you're a good father by taking the time and effort to prepare yourself to be one. You're going to do great

Be the best "Dada " that your child deserves


ISBN: 9781738004317

ISBN-10: 9781738004317

Publisher: 1349560 B.C. Ltd.

Publication Date: 07/01/2023 - 12:00am

On Sale: 07/01/2023 - 12:00am

Pages: 132

Language: English

Categories

Baby Names

Parenting - Fatherhood

Life Stages - Infants & Toddlers - General