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Daddy Gear: (Everything I Wish Id Known When I Became a Dad) Jed Gibson

Daddy Gear: (Everything I Wish Id Known When I Became a Dad)

Jed Gibson

Published August 6th 2012
ISBN : 9780985495428
Paperback
224 pages
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 About the Book 

Daddy Gear (Everything I Wish Id Known When I Became a Dad) is for men (and women) to help them get ready for their first child. Written from a mans point of view, it focuses on preparation, stuff (the things you nee to buy), and lessons learnedMoreDaddy Gear (Everything I Wish Id Known When I Became a Dad) is for men (and women) to help them get ready for their first child. Written from a mans point of view, it focuses on preparation, stuff (the things you nee to buy), and lessons learned (a.k.a. parenting). Whats a receiving blanket used for? How many different types of strollers am I likely to get? Which one will I use the most? How do you know when to get a bottle ready? What in the world in Mylicon? Confused? I know I was. Once you live through it, it becomes second nature. I had the opportunity to write about it while it was fresh. When we were pregnant with our second child my brother called and asked me for a list of the stuff hed needed when they had their first baby. As I started writing, I began to break the stuff into categories based on usage. But whats a list without the perspective added by experience? So this simple list grew to something more. As I compiled this information for my brother, I realized there were more than just things I needed to talk about. My wife and I had experiences my brothers was sure to have as well. I started adding information about situations, in addition to gear, and my list began to grow into a book. Being sensitive to the sequence of events to come, the section about preparation with information about doctors, the hospital, and giving birth appears before the one about stuff (a.k.a. Daddy Gear.) But after all that planning, your journey really begins with the birth of your child. How do you find a pediatrician? A baby sitter? So I added the third part of the book. It includes stories and lessons learned. The most important of which, to me, is Laughter, Hugs, and Kisses. Daddy Gear passes on a wealth of information, from a new dads point of view, that will help you prepare for your first baby.