Post # 1
Hi ladies. We hear so much about the pregnancy books for women, but do you have any good recommendation for fathers-to-be. I think if/when we get pregnant, it will be a pretty foreign experience for my hubs. I read up on it, come to this board, and know a decent amount about pregnancy but he knows nothing.
Are there any books that really helped your husband when you get pregnant? Also, if you could include how long they are (short, easy read/ chapters/ long textbook-like), that would be great!
Post # 3
My husband is reading this, but I’ve also read a little of it. Personally, I love it and think it’s the best new parent book I’ve read. It’s called The New Father: A Dad’s Guide to the First Year
Post # 4
My friend loaned me The Expectant Father by Armin A Brott. I skimmed through it (my husband isn’t much for reading anything baby-related, mostly I just tell him what he needs to know) and it looked like a pretty good book.
Post # 5
I’ve heard good things about this blog.
Which for my husband might be better, he’s not much of a book reader either.
Post # 6
@lilybay: My husband bought this one. I haven’t read it yet, and he’s only read about a quarter of it, but so far he really likes it.