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11 Best Parenting Books Every Dad and Mom Should Read in 2023
1. The Expectant Father
2. The Dad's Edge
- Masterwork/life balance
- Discover three techniques to improve and maintain a great connection with your kids
- Improve your connection & intimacy with your spouse, no matter how busy you are
- Improve your relationships outside the immediate family
- Uncover three easy ways to improve your patience in short-term and long term
- Discover simple ways to show up big for your kids and be present in the moment
- Thrive (Not Survive) your journey of fatherhood If you can identify with one or more of these issues, I understand firsthand.
3. Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters
4. Be Prepared
5. Better Dads, Stronger Sons
6. Calm the F*CK Down
7. The New Father
8. Dad's Playbook
- Features many photographs of coaches in actions paired with brightly colored quotes to help dads keep their heads in the game.
- Includes a foreword written by Hall of Fame Quarterback Steve Young where he talks about his own family and shares real-life experiences.
- The compact 6 x 8-inch size is great for keeping on a coffee table or a bedside table for daily reminders.
9. Dude, You're Gonna Be a Dad!
10. The New Dad's Survival Guide
11. The Secret Life of Fathers
Top 7 Tips For New Dads - Advice On Becoming a New Dad
- Tip number one buy butt paste lots of it, I don't care whether your baby has a rash or not use it every single time you change your child and they won't get one.
- Number two keep your baby at an angle now whether they're sleeping or whether you're changing them it's good for digestion. imagine if you ate until you were full all the time and then somebody laid you on your back, I bet you would be a little bit fussy - so this angling of the baby helps them digest, I mean I'm not a doctor but I do have experience with my children two of them both of them had great benefits from being from an angle we saw less fussiness better digestion less gas it's just something that really helps out.
- Tip number 3 pay a little extra attention to your wife now there are going to be some days when this is going to be difficult do it anyways be a little nicer be a little bit more empathetic try to ask what else can you help out with sometimes the best thing you can do to support the baby is support her.
- Tip number four is scheduled divide and conquer assign tasks and responsibilities to who is doing what makes things a lot easier not only does the baby want to be on a schedule but it's going to be a lot easier for you. as well I know there's you hippies and go-with-the-flow kind of people that can't imagine being on a schedule or assigning tasks and responsibilities well maybe this article isn't for you because you have everything already figured out.
- Number five spending some alone time with the baby could be bath time going places or just playing around one on one time is really really special for establishing that bond in the relationship you're going to look back with fond memories of that one-on-one time that you spent.
- Number six your baby or toddler is going to really piss you off at some point, don't take it personally they really don't know what they're doing they're new to this world just be empathetic to that.
- And finally number seven there are going to be times when you're going to doubt your ability to be a parent you're not going to be a perfect parent realize that this is a totally normal feeling take a deep breath to relax and understand that you are awesome.
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