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Good app or book for dad to be.

(9 Posts)
frikadela01 Thu 17-Dec-15 18:24:41

Hi I'm looking for an easy to read/humorous book to prepare the DP. He said today hes struggling to connect himself to the whole pregnant thing bless him so want something to help. I thought maybe an app too since I'm finding the pregnancy apps I have really useful but one from the dad's perspective might be good.

MoonlightandMusic Thu 17-Dec-15 22:02:25

Well, there is always the Haynes Manual fgrin

Congratulations too by the way!

Kelpie78 Thu 17-Dec-15 22:08:53

I got my husband commando dad (or similar title). He liked it.

Tanito279 Thu 17-Dec-15 22:09:06

Anything by Mark Woods. Absolutely fantastic for dads but I loved them as a mum. And there's a shortened version too.

peamad Fri 18-Dec-15 12:36:14

My DH is currently enjoying this

InsufficientlyCaffeinated Fri 18-Dec-15 15:37:07

He might also like Stuart Heritage's weekly column for the Guardian on being a dad to a newborn. I'm fairly sure you can get the archive online. More after the baby is born than pregnancy but they're really good and funny

Whatapavlova Fri 18-Dec-15 15:53:55

I'd agree with Tanito's Mark Woods suggestion. My husband has his book 'pregnancy for men' and has said it's really good. He likes being able to read about each month and I like the little facts he comes out with and practical suggestions.

frikadela01 Fri 18-Dec-15 16:37:25

Thanks everyone ill look into these. smile

mellmumma Sat 19-Dec-15 09:08:07

Thanks for asking this OP! last minute extra xmas pressies purchased! X

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