Dude, relax; you’re going to be fine. But it wouldn’t hurt to get a few pointers—a road map of what lies ahead. That’s what this book is for.
From Dude to Dad gives you the need-to-know essentials on pregnancy, birthing, and parenthood, and how it’s okay to be scared out of your mind. You’ll learn what the expecting mom is going through during each trimester, how you can be the best partner and dad-to-be, and how to immediately start bonding with baby.
Be prepared for the arrival that will ultimately change your life in the best way possible.
About the Author
Chris Pegula is the creator of Diaper Dude, America’s most high-profile line of hip gear for cool dads. He lives with his wife and three children in Los Angeles.
Frank Meyer is a journalist, author, senior producer at NBC’s Esquire Network, and the proud single father of an eight-year-old girl.
“From Dude to Dad tells it like it is, and like it will be, with humor, empathy, insight, and practical relatable advice.” —Heidi Murkoff, What to Expect When You’re Expecting
“Offer[s] up much-needed dad advice.” —Pregnancy Magazine
“From Dude to Dad is a fantastic guide to new fatherhood. It gives you the need-to-know essentials on pregnancy, birthing, and parenthood, and how it’s okay to be scared out of your mind. This one’s perfect for all the new dads out there! If you’re a dude going to be a dad, this book will make you laugh all the way to fatherhood.” —Adam Cohen, DaDaRocks.com
“From practical information to sensitive considerations and humor, this book has it all for new dads!” —Christopher Gavigan, Honest.com
“Whether you’re a guy or a gal expecting a baby, Chris Pegula has your back.” —Kristen Kemp, Parents.com
“Chris Pegula, creator of Diaper Dude, presents the need-to-know essentials for the dude about to be a dad. This what to expect when she's expecting, from which doctor visits are important, to when to begin telling friends and family, to whether or not you'll still have a sex life (short answer: yes).” —Access Atlanta
“Offers fathers-to-be an accurate look at becoming a dad and an enthusiasm that is admirable. A solid selection for men on the journey to parenting.” —Library Journal