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What to Expect When Your Wife Is Expanding: A Reassuring Month-By-Month Guide for the Father-To-Be, Whether He Wants Advice or Not

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    Thomas Hill(Author)

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In this classic parody, Thomas Hill presents the testosterone-inspired answer to the bestseller What to Expect When You're Expecting.
The third edition of the best, funniest father's guide to having a baby, What to Expect When Your Wife Is Expanding, is now thoroughly revised and updated, but it's still packed with information, advice, and attitude distinctively for guys. Originally conceived as a little parody, just something funny and helpful for the expectant man, the book is now a classic gift, passed knowingly from one generation of first-time papas to the next.
With this lighthearted, month-by-month instruction manual on the care and nurture of a pregnant wife the main role of expectant dads he'll handle all the important milestones and topics: what not to say during the three phases of labor; what to buy, how many, and when; maintaining work-life balance; maintaining work-life-wife balance.
New features in What to Expect When Your Wife Is Expanding include:
  • The minefield: the wrong gifts for your pregnant wife
  • Social media pregnancy etiquette: status update!
  • Eight reasons why not to pick out maternity clothes

What to Expect When Your Wife Is Expanding also features the latest trends!
  • Festive gender-reveal parties. (Really!)
  • Updated baby name guide, including Twitter hash tags.
  • Cloth diapers: The debate is back!
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"While originally conceived as a parody on a certain familiar bestseller, this funny resource actually contains plenty of helpful advice..."(Kate Wallace, Atlanta Parent magazine)"..".full of sound advice any father-to-be will appreciate."(Brett Cohen, Cape Cod Times)"

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  • PDF | 176 pages
  • Thomas Hill(Author)
  • Andrews McMeel Publishing; 3rd Original ed. edition (May 2012)
  • English
  • 9
  • Health, Family & Lifestyle

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  • By Mr. Craig Myles on 22 May 2004

    This is a brilliant idea for a book. The heading 'What Your Wife will be Complaining about' for each month sold it to me. What a shame the rest of the humour is completely lame (the jokes wouldn't make it into an ITV sitcom), relentlessly repetitive and utterly uninformative. I didn't make it past page 20. For a funny and well-written book for fathers-to-be I'd recommend The Baby Owner's Manual, by L and J Borgenicht.

  • By Daniel Neubauer on 27 April 2013

    The funniest book I have ever read. Made me laugh at work, on the plane or just at home on my couch. I could just not stop to love it, and I finished it within 3 days. Great first book for every first dad as it takes away pressure, gives insights into pregnancies and gives you food for thought :)

  • By shazmerelda on 10 January 2012

    This book is outdated, not funny and full of things that dont make any sense - perhaps its because it is American based that the humour just goes over my and my husbands head! In short it's useless and a waste of money!

  • By Maren Lilja Gudmundsdottir on 28 December 2016

    I got this for my husband, and it really cracked him up. Especially the "what she'll be complaining about this month" and the shopping suggestions were delightfully ironic and sharp.

  • By julmagic on 31 August 2012

    Made my husband Laugh at least but I'm not too sure bout it's real helpfulness. He certainly never found himself refering to it for more info as D-day aproached.


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