From Here to Paternity: The Diary of a Pregnant Man

From Here to Paternity The Diary of a Pregnant Man Frank funny and insightful this recollection of one man s experiences during his wife s pregnancy reveals the day to day reality and emotional turmoil of his journey into fatherhood The male perspe

  • Title: From Here to Paternity: The Diary of a Pregnant Man
  • Author: Andrew Cullen
  • ISBN: 9781905745029
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • Frank, funny, and insightful, this recollection of one man s experiences during his wife s pregnancy reveals the day to day reality and emotional turmoil of his journey into fatherhood The male perspective on pregnancy, which is often overlooked, is revealed as the author reflects on the effects of the pregnancy on his relationship, his changing and often conflicting emotFrank, funny, and insightful, this recollection of one man s experiences during his wife s pregnancy reveals the day to day reality and emotional turmoil of his journey into fatherhood The male perspective on pregnancy, which is often overlooked, is revealed as the author reflects on the effects of the pregnancy on his relationship, his changing and often conflicting emotions, his declining sex life, and his insecurities about becoming a father By sharing his joy, sense of wonder, fear, and anxiety, the author paints an illuminating portrait of what to expect when having a baby.

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    1. Every father to be should read this book. The author keeps a diary of his partners pregnancy and it is by turns, touching, worrying and hilarious. This book was recommended to me by a friend who is a father when he found out my wife was pregnant. The best recommendationI can give this book is to say that I cannot count the amount of times I exclaimed out loud "I KNOW, I KNOW", in recognition of my own or my wifes behaviour. This is not an incredibly informative book, it's not meant to be, but yo [...]

    2. 3.75*Vtipná a (někdy až moc) upřímná knížka, která vás bude bavit, i když nejste těhotní a pravděpodobně ještě několik let nebudete.

    3. This book was pooh.I actually didn't intend to read Andrew Cullen's auto-biographical diary depicting his trials and tribulations during his girlfriend's first pregnancy. I had actually meant to read Sacha Molitorisz's book—on advice from Kaz Cooke—which bears the same title as Cullen's diary. In fact, there are an absurd amount of accounts entitled "From Here to Paternity". Heed me well tentative authors: Just because a title is ironic doesn't mean it's unique.To tell the truth, I didn't re [...]

    4. Are you going to be a dad in about 9 months? "From here to paternity" is a positive, informative, and light hearted book that can be read at a leisurely pace, say over 9 months or so. It is the journal of a writer battling his emotions about becoming a dad as he watches his wife* go through the many stages of pregnancy. I think most soon-to-be fathers will be able to relate to the roller coaster of experiences the author and his wife go through both together and as individuals. Two great things [...]

    5. Although the author comes across as being quite selfish at times, this is interesting reading for a reader in a similar situation. Almost certainly more useful than other books aimed at this audience.

    6. This was very entertaining! Nice to read something realistic from a guy as he and his wife prepare to be parents.

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