Covers everything a first time father-to-be will want to know about pregnancy. (Junior Pregnancy & Baby Magazine
From the Back Cover
'DARLING, I'M PREGNANT!' Three little words guaranteed to strike fear into the most grown up of first-time fathers-to-be. Sure, there are hundreds of books out there for the expectant mother. But they're often full of boring advice on diet and pelvic floor exercises, not to mention the kind of gynaecological details that'll make your eyes water. Sorry, but we just want the lowdown on what's happening and how it's going to affect us. A + B = C. Straightforward, unabridged and raw. The Bloke's Guide to Pregnancy - no flowery prose, just the truth, in bite-size pieces as easy to digest as a packet of biscuits. Based on over 100 interviews with blokes who lived to tell the tale, this book has real-life stories as well as loads of advice that isn't remotely boring (honestly). Now you'll be able to tell your trimesters from your triple blood tests, as well as discovering: MONEY - do we really have to spend my entire lager allowance on that hand-held breast pump? SEX - will it harm the unborn baby? (or am I just being arrogant?) BREASTS - will they stay that size forever? HOSPITAL PARKING SPACES - am I going to have to fork out L50 every time she thinks she's going into labour? ... and a whole lot more besides. 'Excellent advice and information on everything from options on the type of birth and medical interventions, to being the partner's voice during the birth' Relate Magazine Jon Smith is the author of Toytopia, a children's novel, and the proud father of Alia and Ronin. He lives in Bedford, England. Category: Parenting Cover Design: Steve Williams Cover Images: Mark Guthrie For further information on other titles published by Hay House, visit our website. L8.99 www.hayhouse.co.uk
About the Author
Jon Smith lives with his partner Lisa and their daughter Alia, in Bedford, England. He has previously taught English as a foreign language in South Korea. After teaching, Jon joined the Internet industry for five years; working for Amazon.co.uk as a project manager. Jon also writes Children's fiction, mainly for 8-12 year-olds.