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Goodbye, Pert Breasts: The Diary Of A Newborn Dad

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'Goodbye, Pert Breasts' is the ultimate guide to the sticky nine months of pregnancy for new and experienced dads everywhere! With an insightful and hilarious week-by-week account of Ben's wife's pregnancy that all fathers can relate to followed by a load of chapters all committed to giving you the best advice possible, this is the one book every dad should not be without!
Paperback, 274 pages
Published April 25th 2011 by (first published January 29th 2011)
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Not a bad read and genuinely funny throughout. The first half of the book I found the most interesting, being the phase I'm going through: the lead-up to the birth and what to expect. Ben's frank writing (his wife can't have proofread this - she'd have killed him) really reflects my experiences over the last 8-and-a-bit months, and the advice as to what to expect is appreciated.

The second half of the book is more information-heavy and repeats a lot of facts which were given in the first half. It
hilarious! The pictures are well timed and often sent me into fits of giggles. Having read many, many, many pregnancy and parenting books aimed at women, it was refreshing to have a man's take on the 'sticky situations.' Brilliant, it was free on Amazon, but I would have paid and still been a very happy camper.
It was okay for a freebie from Amazon. Thought it would be more of a 'diary', rather than a week by week 'this is what happens'. Definitely one for the dads rather than the mums.
I really enjoyed this book. It was so easy to read and humour and pictures was very well placed! Great read for anyone expecting.
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